Prepare for the SAT/ACT

Taking standardized tests like the SAT and the ACT is something that many students dread. While they are not the most coveted activities, they are important aspects of the college planning process, especially if they are crucial factors in getting into the school of your dreams. Here, we offer you tips on how to study, how to improve your score and how to ease some of the nerves you might have going into test day.

How To Prepare For Your College Entrance Exams: A Short Guide

And manage one of the most stressful aspects of college planning

Do the ACT and SAT Still Matter?

The Short Answer: Yes

SAT Sections and Understanding How You Are Being Scored

A good SAT score varies from one person to another

3 Tactics for Structuring Your Summer Test Prep

Summer is a great time to prepare for your SAT or ACT test

Get Scholarships by Boosting Your ACT Score!

Ideas for finding scholarship money with ACT test prep

Maintaining Momentum: Tips to Remain Focused on a Long Test

Six useful suggestions for concentrating during lengthy exams

4 Ways to Strengthen Your SAT Math Score

Seeing improvement in SAT math score is possible for any student

Surprises from the New SAT

Are you ready for the new format?

The PSAT: More Than a Practice Test

The PSAT is a valuable tool for planning for college

What to Expect on the New SAT this Spring

Preparing for the changes being made to the SAT

Considering SAT Score Choice

Three things to consider before recommending this service to your students

What’s changing on the SAT and ACT?

Everything counselors need to know about the changes to standardized tests

Does the new SAT resemble the ACT?

One professional's opinion on the new standardized tests

Changes to the SAT

What's changing and how it affects you

Up Your Score: an Underground Guide to the SAT

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