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Get answers to some of the most commonly discussed topics:
What is the SAT? What is the ACT? What is the difference?
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Why are college essays important?
In this video, Sebastian Smeureanu, Associate Director of Academic Resources answers a top question we get from parents and students about whether to invest in Standardized Test Prep and the important distinction between Education and Learning.
Let’s face it - we live in a world of abridgment: convenient yet grammatically incorrect writing that would make English teachers of bygone days spin in their graves has become not only commonplace but also accepted. Teens have gone from diagramming sentences to abbreviating even the most casual of phrases (see btw, idk, lol, and ttyl).
Getting all of your homework done can become a daunting task. Which is a shame, because that is where most of the actual learning takes place. But these six steps should be of help to anyone who is ever assigned homework!
The same way a watched pot doesn’t boil, a stared-at clock doesn’t get an ACT Reading passage done
It’s a monster made of questions, A dragon to be trained,
It comes alive on May the third
And messes with your brain.
Its scales are countless many,
So many students (and their parents) have a “do or die” mentality when it comes to standardized tests. Allow me to be explicit: you will not be executed by firing squad if you don’t perform well on your first SAT or ACT.
Deciding whether to take the SAT Lit test can be a test in itself! See how you fare on our Litmus test, and make your decision easier...
I’ve had every kind of panic attack a human being can have about everything a human being can possibly worry about. When you’re a professional, card-carrying worrier, no one can tell you to “stop being anxious” or to “just relax.” Similarly, if someone tells you test anxiety “doesn’t exist,” don’t listen. You’re not mental.
One of the most common questions we are asked is what size college is best. This is difficult to answer for many reasons. I, a graduate of a small college, sat down with Russ, our Director of College Planning and graduate of a large college, to discuss the differences.
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