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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 …

Common App vs Coalition App: Which is Better?

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Filling out applications for several colleges can be laborious and time-consuming. The most tedious part is filling in those basic personal details over and over again. One way to avoid this is by using the Common App or the Coalition App. With both of these apps, you fill out your personal information and accomplishments only …

How To Transfer Colleges

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Most students hope to graduate from the same school they enter as freshmen. However, at some time during the four years, some students choose to transfer colleges. This could be for any number of reasons. You may not be thinking of transferring colleges right now but it’s good to know how the process works. If, …

How To Boost Your AP Exam Scores

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AP exams are tough. Getting high scores in this exam requires you to invest a lot of time and effort into preparing for the test. But it’s well worth it. Impressive test scores lead to increased admission odds. Additionally, good scores make you eligible for college credit. Most colleges give credit to students who score …

How To Prepare For The SAT In One Month

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Life happens. High school is incredibly busy already without throwing college prep on top of it. While ideally you should study for the SAT months in advance, what if you only have one left until the big day? How do you prepare for the SAT in one month? Don’t panic yet. You can do it …