Changes to the ACT

Changes to the ACT

Changes are coming to the ACT! Starting September 2020, high school students sitting for the ACT can retake individual test sections as opposed to the entire test. For example, a student who scored high on the math and science sections but low on the reading and...
Differences between the PSAT and SAT

Differences between the PSAT and SAT

The PSAT is a national standardized test administered to 10th and 11th graders. Created by the College Board in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), this test is designed to predict what you would score on the SAT without any test...
SAT Score Choice

SAT Score Choice

If you decide to take the SAT more than once, you’re in good company. The majority of high school students take the test two or three times with the intent to improve their score each time. After taking the test twice (or more!), students often ask if they...
Scoring Policies for the SAT and ACT

Scoring Policies for the SAT and ACT

SAT and ACT test scores are often used by schools as a predictor of college academic success. Scores also provide a common academic measure that can be used to compare all applicants. But how are these tests scored and how do colleges receive scores and evaluate them?...
Best Books for ACT Prep: ACT Study Guide Review

Best Books for ACT Prep: ACT Study Guide Review

Are you getting ready for your next ACT but do not know where to start?  We are here to help.  Many people decide to start off their ACT prep with books.  We’ve spent over a decade working with students who need to improve their ACT scores.  We’ve ordered...
SAT/ACT Prep Study Options

SAT/ACT Prep Study Options

Just the thought of studying for the SAT or ACT exam can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re not motivated to study on your own. Fortunately, there’s more than one way to study. While self-study is an option, there’s also group study and one-on-one tutoring. Read...