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Changes to the SAT

Changes to the SAT

College Board has announced the elimination of the optional essay section on the SAT and all SAT II Subject Tests in an effort to reduce and simplify academic demands on students. Subject tests will no longer be offered to U.S. students and the essay section will not...
How to Request Accommodations for the SAT or ACT

How to Request Accommodations for the SAT or ACT

You might be surprised at the number of accommodations available for standardized test takers. The long list includes familiar accommodations for students with learning disabilities, such as extended time and added breaks, as well as accommodations for students with...
SAT Prep for High School Freshmen and Sophomores

SAT Prep for High School Freshmen and Sophomores

Prepping for the SAT or ACT two to three months before the test date can feel a little overwhelming. That’s why parents ask us all the time how their students can get a jumpstart on test prep freshman and sophomore years of high school. There are certainly ways...
Why Take the SAT in a Test Optional World?

Why Take the SAT in a Test Optional World?

Since its inception in 1926, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) has encountered its fair share of controversy, from a lack of equity to skepticism regarding its validity in predicting a student’s success in college. Over the past few years, more and more...