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How to Budget for Test Prep

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Whether you’re taking an SAT, an ACT, or an AP Exam, it’s going to cost you a little bit of money. It’s essential to budget for them so it doesn’t end up costing you more than it has to. There are even ways you may be able to save some cash if you feel the …

How To Get In Test Prep Practice With A Busy Schedule

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Preparing for the SAT and ACT takes time. It can take several months to be really prepared to ace these tests. Unfortunately, time in a luxury when you’re in high school. Your schedule is already packed with school work, homework, assignments, and searching for scholarships and colleges. Then of course, there’s life. It’s important to …

How To Do Daily SAT And ACT Preparation

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Preparing for the SAT and ACT is quite different from preparing for other high school tests. You can’t cram for these exams at the last minute. You have to set aside a few hours every week starting a few months before the test date. Besides these larger chunks of prep time, setting aside a few …

More And More Colleges Dropping ACT / SAT Requirements

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For years, the ACT and SAT requirements have been an integral part of the college application process. For most students preparing for and taking these standardized tests was the most stressful part of applying to college. The coronavirus pandemic has changed all that. Granted, there was a growing trend of colleges dropping ACT/SAT requirements prior …

Could Online SAT and ACT Exams Be In the Future Due to COVID-19?

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The coronavirus has created a lot of uncertainty for students everywhere. This is an especially stressful time for high school students preparing to apply to college. Are colleges accepting admission applications? Has COVID changed the application process? What happens to the ACT/SAT tests? For many colleges, the ACT/SAT scores are a mandatory part of the …

COVID-19 and the SAT / ACT: What You Need to Know

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With the coronavirus rearranging college classrooms and many other facets of our lives, high school students and their parents may be wondering how this affects standardized testing in regards to entrance exams. Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 and SAT / ACT. The Tests Are Cancelled or Rescheduled March is usually a month …

Is the ACT or SAT Easier?

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Junior year is the time to start thinking about the ACT and SAT, so you might be asking, “which is easier, the ACT or SAT?” You might be a bit surprised by the answer. It Depends There is no straightforward answer to the question “Is the ACT or SAT easier?” It actually depends… on you. …

Where Can You Take The SAT Or ACT?

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The SAT and ACT are each held 7 times a year in the United States. Ever ask yourself where you can take the SAT or ACT? These tests are conducted at various high schools, colleges, universities, and places across the country. These educational institutions where the tests are held are called test centers. Every state …

PSAT to SAT: The Differences Between The Two

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The PSAT and the SAT are two different standardized tests offered by the College Board. Both tests may be fundamentally similar but they are not the same. There are several minor and major differences between the two that it’s important to be aware of. Purpose of the PSAT and SAT The PSAT is not a …