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SAT/ACT Test Dates Released

Does your child need to take the SAT or ACT tests next year? The 2018/19 test dates have been released! SAT: August 25, 2018 October 6, 2018 November 3, 2018 December 1, 2018 March 9, 2019 May 4, 2019 June 1, 2019 ACT: September 8, 2018 October 27, 2018 December 8, 2018 February 9, 2019 April 13, 2019 June 8, 2019 July 13, 2019 Start Preparing Now! Make sure to check https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat and https://www.act.org for…

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High School Seniors: Are You Ready for the SAT and ACT Tests?

Are you a high school senior applying to colleges? It’s not too late to take the SAT and ACT tests, but the deadlines are fast approaching! In order to make the application deadline for most schools, you will need to take these tests before the end of this calendar year. For the SAT, that means you could take the test on October 7th, November 4th, or December 2nd of 2017. For the ACT, the October…

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SAT Test Dates 2017

Are you looking to schedule your child for the SAT this fall? For your convenience, here are the SAT test dates for the 2017-2018 school year.  To register for a test date, please use the link below. SAT Registration SAT Test Dates 2017-2018 August 26th, 2017 October 7th, 2017 November 4th, 2017 December 2nd, 2017 March 10th, 2018 May 5th, 2018 June 2nd, 2018

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Improve Your Test Scores: SAT Test Dates for 2017-2018

Spring SAT scores are out and if your child’s scores were not what you had hoped, it can be easy to become worried. However, most students take the test more than once and there is still time to improve scores by taking Fall SAT tests. The 2017-2018 test dates are as follows: Test Date Regular Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline August 26, 2017 July 28, 2017 August 15, 2017 October 7, 2017 September 8, 2017…

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SAT Changes: Beneficial or Detrimental to Students?

Starting in March, there will be changes to the 2016 SAT exam. These changes have sparked a lot of discussion on whether they will be beneficial or detrimental to students. The math portion will be focusing on fewer subject areas and there will be more emphasis on the student’s reasoning skills. The Essay portion of the exam will be optional, and students are given 50 minutes to complete it. Finally, there will be no more…

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Taking the SAT a Second Time? Here’s How to do Your Best

Scores for the March 8th SAT test are scheduled to come back on March 27th. If you are unsatisfied with your performance, there are opportunities on May 3rd and June 7th to take the test again. This is helpful for students who may have struggled with certain sections of the SAT and want to improve their scores. Listed below are some tips on what to do before taking the test again, and reasons for why…

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Big Changes to the SAT: Less Challenging, or Just a Different Challenge?

Optional essay, no penalties for wrong answers, and more targeted math concepts. This is the new SAT. College Board officials announced big changes to the SAT college entrance exam this past Wednesday. The new test, which will be administered in 2016, is said to be a better representation of what students learn in high school and the tools they need to succeed in college and afterward. College Board President David Coleman says that these revisions…

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SAT 2014 Spring Tests Information

The next test scheduled for the spring is March 8th and it is strictly SAT (no Subject Tests). The regular registration deadline has passed, but you can still sign up by mail by February 21st. The deadline for registrations made online or by phone is February 24th. A late fee applies for all late registrations. Later test dates in the spring include both SAT and Subject Tests. The deadline to sign up for the May…

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SAT Test Prep

SAT Test Prep Provides Students with Confidence and Test-Taking Strategies to Make the Most of Their Abilities As the test date for the March SAT approaches, students may experience some crippling pre-test jitters. As a college sophomore, I no longer have to worry about the dreaded SAT. This is a real weight off my shoulders, because when I was in high school, I fretted before the test, during, and after. My mother could tell you…

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Going Into the SAT Cold: Fear and Anxiety Take Over

“Before taking the SAT, I experienced the typical slew of stressors: What’s going to be on it? What if I get the test and completely blank? What if I fail miserably and I can’t go to my dream college? All of these questions went unanswered until I finally sat down with my number two pencil and took the SAT. It was a nauseating experience, filled with confusion, stress sweats and the rumble of my empty…

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