Your SAT or ACT score is the second most important factor in college admissions. Since colleges treat the SAT and ACT as equals, you must make the important decision whether to use the coming months to prepare for the SAT, the ACT, or both.
Of recent importance are the significant changes to the SAT which have left many families more confused than ever. Rumors abound that the new SAT is a more difficult test than it used to be – which makes the ACT appear to be the more desirable test.
More familiar with the SAT “brand,” the majority of families who seek our services assume that the SAT will be the best assessment for their children. Most parents personally endured the rite of sitting for an older version of the SAT during high school. Additionally, they know how their children fared on the redesigned PSAT.
The ACT, on the other hand, remains a mystery for many. The majority of our students have had no exposure to the ACT. Many parents have heard of the ACT as an alternative to the SAT but don't know if it's worthwhile to make the investment in ACT preparation or simply stick it out with the SAT.
So if you want to end the confusion and pick the test that’s best for you, let us explain the differences between these two tests so that you can make the best-informed decision about which test to take.
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Learn How to Develop an EDGE in College Admissions!
Sit down with renowned college expert, Judi Robinovitz, as she shares with you her vast knowledge of college admissions -- and how to guide your child to success. If you have a student in high school, or nearing high school, you don't want to miss this presentation!
The unprecedented increase in applications over the last several years has made the college admissions process more competitive and complex than ever. To successfully navigate these turbulent waters, a student must stand out and truly demonstrate why he or she is such a great match for each college under consideration. Because Judi travels across the county to visit dozens of colleges every year — meeting with admission officers and students, touring campuses, and learning about the current campus culture — her personal insights will provide you with a much deeper understanding of the college admissions process than a catalog, book, or website can ever convey.
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The PSAT is a critical tool that highlights how students should begin preparing for the SAT (and ACT!), and beyond that, for college. We have some suggestions for maximizing your scores and creating an optimal plan to prepare for future tests. During this informative webinar, you’ll learn:
Don’t panic about a low score—the PSAT is a key diagnostic to help identify challenging subject areas and provide clues about where to focus areas of study and test prep in the upcoming year. There’s plenty of time to prepare and improve, especially if you start early, and we’re here to help!
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With your PSAT scores in hand, learn exactly how to interpret them, and what steps to take to improve future scores – and more! If you want a competitive edge to gain admission to your top-choice college, the time to start is right now.
The PSAT is a critical tool that highlights how students should begin preparing for the SAT (and ACT!), and beyond that, for college. We have some suggestions for maximizing your scores and creating an optimal plan to prepare for future tests. Read your PSAT score report like a pro. Learn how your PSAT score was calculated and understand your percentile ranking, as well as how your score impacts your qualification for the National Merit Scholarship Program. Don’t panic about a low score—the PSAT is a key diagnostic to help identify challenging subject areas and provide clues about where to focus areas of study and test prep in the upcoming year. There’s plenty of time to prepare and improve, especially if you start early.
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The clock is ticking – the SAT is changing very soon. Make certain your child will be ready!
The new test will be longer and more challenging. Get ready for new content and test-taking strategies!
Get the latest scoop on all the changes from test-prep expert Judi Robinovitz, and how they’ll impact your sophomore and younger children.
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