The school year is winding down, and current juniors are probably feeling a little overwhelmed with the prospect of starting the admissions process this summer. By now you should have taken the SAT or ACT, and are probably just receiving your scores.
Junior year is probably the most important college prep year, and students need to ensure they’re on track in order to be prepared for the college admissions process next fall.
College admissions officers want to see you exploring your interests and making an impact outside of the classroom – and that includes what you’re doing during your summer breaks.
Simple pacing strategies can help students to improve their test performance and overall scores.
It’s important to start early and plan ahead when preparing for the SAT or ACT, and recognize when a student’s performance is plateauing.
There’s a lot that freshmen and sophomores can do now to stay on track for the college admissions process – and even get ahead.
You’ve likely heard a “secret” admissions rumor from a friend of a friend that has made you panic. But what is the truth?
There are many nuances to the college admissions process, and understanding what colleges are looking for and how to prepare is critical to gaining admission to students’ top-choice colleges.
Before you sign up for a test date and map out a study plan, it is beneficial to take a practice SAT and ACT exam to see which one is the best fit for you.
By taking a practice test of the SAT and ACT you’ll be able to see which you did better on, your areas of strengths and weaknesses, and which test you can best prepare for to reach your goal score.
For those students who are interested in or considering athletic recruitment for varsity sports, the experts at IvyWise are here to address some of the most common myths about the process so you can get the ball rolling!