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ACT & SAT

How to Study for the ACT / SAT If You’re a Procrastinator

If you’re a procrastinator, it can be extremely difficult to get your work done ahead of time. Whether it’s homework or studying for a test, you’re likely doing that the night before. However, while the ACT and SAT are “tests,” they’re not the kind you can study for just the night before. Students taking these …
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ACT & SAT

How to Prep for the SAT and ACT At the Same Time

Are you considering taking both the SAT and ACT? It is possible to prep for both together, but you definitely need a game plan if you’re going to do your best on both tests. These tips will help you develop a strategy that will cut down on stress and help you reach your potential on …
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college applications

How Big Should My College List Be?

It’s a good idea to apply to more than one college during your senior year of high school, but should you stop at 2? What’s the recommended amount of colleges you should apply to? And how do you narrow down a larger list? If you find yourself asking the question “how big should my college …
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ACT & SAT

4 Reasons Why It’s Still Worthwhile to Take the ACT / SAT

With many schools no longer requiring or even accepting the ACT or SAT results, you may be wondering, “Should I even take the test?” Don’t rule out taking these exams just yet! There are reasons you may want to take the ACT and/or SAT still. #1. Some Schools Still Require the ACT or SAT Quite …
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college admissions

Are Rolling Admissions Right for Me?

When it comes to the college application process, you generally have quite a few options for when you can send your application in. There’s the regular decision, early action, and early decision. A fourth option that may be available to you is actually “rolling admissions.” Are you wondering: are rolling admissions right for me? Let’s …
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ACT & SAT

How to Avoid ACT and SAT Prep Scams

When getting ready to take the ACT or SAT, you may be looking into various prep options. This could be in the way of a tutor or just prep materials you can use at home. There are a number of scammers out there though that want to take advantage of students and their parents when …
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college admissions

Can Colleges Revoke Your Admission?

You have your acceptance letter in hand and you’ve declared your intention to attend a specific college come fall. However, it’s important to know that in some specific yet serious circumstances, your college can revoke your admission. Here are some reasons a college could revoke your admission even before you’ve had a chance to attend. …