Tag: Test Prep Tips
Test Prep Tips
Online instruction has been growing in popularity over the years because it can connect people from all over the world – and right now it’s necessary as students continue their studies after school closures due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re looking to spice up hours of textbook drills and flashcards, consider adding some creativity to your study habits through gamification.
Our team of expert counselors is here to provide some clarity for anxious applicants on how coronavirus will impact college admissions this fall.
The medical school admissions process is unique and requires considerable planning in order to gain admission to your top-choice medical schools.
Whether you are a current college student considering your postgraduate options, or a professional looking to advance in your current field or make a career change, studying for the GRE is an important way to prepare your strongest application to graduate school.
When answering questions about reading comprehension passages on the SAT and ACT, here are a few things to keep in mind.
We're here to give you some tips on how to conquer the reading passages on the SAT and ACT.
The summer is an important time for college prep, and students should be spending it wisely.
The SAT and ACT Math sections can be intimidating for many students – even those who do very well in their high school mathematics classes.
With spring comes long-awaited admission decisions, but it also brings along AP exam season – and students should be preparing now for these long and intensive exams.
When preparing for the SAT or ACT it’s important to understand all the nuances of each exam, including the sections, content, question types, and more.
Some colleges and universities might require international applicants to submit TOEFL scores.
The content overlap is going to be your biggest advantage.
The spring semester is a popular testing time, and high school sophomores and juniors need to have a plan in order to prepare for these important college admission exams.
Test scores, while not enough to gain admission alone, are critical pieces of the college application process, and international applicants need to understand how to make the most of their test prep.
A diagnostic can also give insight into students’ strengths and weaknesses, and where students need to improve in order to reach their goal score.
For international students preparing to apply to US universities there’s a lot to consider – from the holistic admissions process, to other things like visa requirements and tuition costs – but one thing that many students overseas recognize the importance of is college entrance exams.
As of 2007, every school that accepts the SAT Reasoning Test now also accepts the ACT.
Test prep is a critical piece of the college admissions puzzle, as it can greatly increase students’ chances of acceptance to their top-choice colleges.
Despite many people’s contempt for the SAT and the growing number of colleges that are “standardized test score optional,” it doesn’t appear to be going away.