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Pros And Cons Of Taking AP Tests

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Advanced Placement or AP classes offer ambitious high school students a great way to boost their college applications. Over 60% of high schools in the US offer a list of AP classes. If your high school doesn’t, you could still boost your college application by signing up for the most challenging courses that your high …
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Myth: A College with a High Acceptance Rate Must Not Be Good

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College acceptance rates are a helpful tool in understanding how competitive a college is. However, many people equate the acceptance rate to the quality of the school, and that can spread misconception. In other words, they believe that colleges with high acceptance rates aren’t “good”. In fact, a college and the experiences students have there are …
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3 College Questions To Ask Yourself if You’re Considering a Prestigious School

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If you’re considering a prestigious school, there are some important college questions you should be asking yourself before applying or taking the school up on an acceptance letter. Here are three you’ll want to think about. College Question #1: Why Do I Want to Go Here? The first question you should be asking yourself is …
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What Are the Advantages of Applying EA or ED?

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Some of your classmates are choosing early application and others are considering early decision, but you are not sure whether either one is right for you. That’s not surprising. Many students are not sure how they may benefit by applying EA or ED and whether they should choose either of these routes. Understanding early action …
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Improve Your ACT and SAT Scores with Method Test Prep

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It goes without saying that the ACT and SAT are a pretty big deal in the college world. It’s more than just another benchmark. Your ACT and SAT scores can affect your acceptance odds, qualify you for scholarships, and even open up the doors into honors programs. With all that on the line, it pays …
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What To Do If You Get a Low SAT or ACT Score

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If you take the SAT or ACT, it can be discouraging to receive your test results back and find you scored low. Luckily, it’s not the end of the world, especially if you took one of the earlier testing dates. Here’s what to do if you get a low SAT or ACT score. Sign up …
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Which Extracurricular Activities Impress Colleges?

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You know that colleges want to see what extracurricular activities you have participated in. However, just submitting a long list of extracurricular activities is not going to help you. There are some activities that will make the admissions authorities sit up and take special notice of your application. Find My College Match Through Extracurricular Activities …
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All Too Common ACT/SAT Prep Mistakes

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When it comes to the ACT and SAT, studying is important. However, many students make mistakes when it comes to preparation for these exams and these errors could impact their final scores. Here are four ACT/SAT prep mistakes you’ll want to avoid as you get ready for your standardized tests. Here Is The List Of …
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Myth: The ACT is Easier than the SAT

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If you’re a high school student planning on going to college, you know you need to take either the ACT or SAT. Most colleges accept either the ACT or SAT, so that’s good. But you may be wondering “Is the ACT easier than the SAT?” It’s actually a common misconception that the ACT test is …
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