Monthly Archives: June 2018

28 06, 2018

Does My Child Qualify for SAT Accommodations?

By |2018-07-18T18:00:52+00:00June 28th, 2018|SAT|

The College Board provides accommodations to SAT test-takers with disabilities. Some of the SAT accommodations include extended time, using a computer on the essay and short-answer questions, extended breaks, using a four-function calculator and more. This article explains the SAT accommodations, who might qualify and how to request them. Extended Time SAT Accommodation What is [...]

25 06, 2018

SAT Score Choice and SAT Superscore: How to Show Colleges the Best Possible Score

By |2018-07-18T18:36:21+00:00June 25th, 2018|ACT|

Preparing for the SAT is hard work. Students practice every day for months, perfect their test-taking techniques, and sometimes take the test three or even four times. This article aims to help students capitalize on their efforts when presenting SAT scores to colleges. It will define two important terms: SAT superscore and Score Choice. [...]

25 06, 2018

What is ACT Superscoring? What about ACT Score Choice?

By |2018-07-18T18:41:19+00:00June 25th, 2018|ACT|

Preparing for the ACT is hard work. Students must study for long hours, hone their test-taking skills, and sometimes take the test three or even four times. This article aims to help students capitalize on their admirable efforts when presenting their ACT score to colleges. It will first define two important terms: ACT superscoring [...]

13 06, 2018

November SAT

By |2018-07-16T01:59:51+00:00June 13th, 2018|SAT|

The SAT is a critical part of your student’s college application. Earning a great score can boost their resume, while scoring below expectations might call for a retake. Test prep is fundamental to success on the SAT, but thoughtful planning can make the entire process easier. This post discusses how to plan for the [...]

13 06, 2018

When is the October SAT and Should My Child Take it?

By |2018-07-18T18:39:54+00:00June 13th, 2018|SAT|

The SAT is a critical part of your student’s college application. Hitting his target score can boost their academic file for admissions officers, while results that fall below expectations might call for a retake. While prep is fundamental to success on the SAT, smart planning can make testing easier and reduce stress. This post discusses [...]

13 06, 2018

When is the August SAT and Should My Child Take it?

By |2018-08-01T17:14:27+00:00June 13th, 2018|SAT|

As you probably know, the SAT is an essential component of your student’s college application. A competitive score can boost their academic credentials, while results that don’t reflect their abilities may necessitate a retake. While prep is essential to success on the SAT, planning ahead can also reduce stress and make the entire process [...]