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In the state of Colorado there is currently a battle waging between
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The goal of bringing Common Core testing to American students should be commended.
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U.S. News recently released 6 tips for taking the ACT/SAT and we’d like to add a few more:
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The results for the January SAT and the February ACT should be in your inboxes by now, and for many juniors this was the first time taking these big tests.  Not surprisingly, many feel the scores were below expectations.  So…now what? Lower than expected scores result from three general sources:  lack of preparation, test anxiety...
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One of the most frequently asked questions we receive involves the timing of the taking of the SAT and ACT.  Should I take it as early as possible or wait until the end of junior year?  Should I take it often or as little as possible?  What do colleges think? Juniors take the PSAT in...
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A common question we receive from prospective clients concerns the different types of providers of test prep.  Basically, they ask what makes one different than another, and is the only bottom line factor cost? Test prep for SAT and ACT takes various forms.  The most common involves a set of classes, some set in small...
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In today’s New York Times, a feature story announced that the private school association in New York City intends to remove the ERB (similar to the SSAT or ISEE) as an entrance requirement. The move away from testing as part of the application process is not necessarily new — various critics have suggested that one such...
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