Although we hate to admit it, fall is right around the corner! If you haven’t yet taken your ACT or SAT, or want to take it another time to get those scores up (usually not a bad idea), you need to be aware of when the test dates are. Remember, you have to sign up […]
Today the CollegeBoard announced major changes to the SAT, marking the second time this century they have made significant changes to the test. This is big news for high school students, as well as the admissions world. Here’s what you need to know: – The test will go back to […]
If you are the first generation from your family to attend a four-year college, aka a “first-gen”, then you will have to take the ACT or the SAT. These are admissions tests for colleges and you need to take one of them. You can try them both and see which you prefer. All colleges in […]
Hello, my sweet Juniors! It’s time to face the music, college is approaching! One of your first tasks is to prepare for and take the test of your choice. Whether you’re an SAT whiz or an ACT genius, now is the time to sign up! You know we love making things simple for you, so […]
By: Susanna Cerasuolo, M.Ed. This blog post is for Seniors and Juniors. You will all need to take the ACT or SAT and then (likely) send your best scores to your colleges. (If testing is not your strong suit, you can look at www.fairtest.org for a great list of colleges who do not require any test […]
Wondering how and when to start studying for your SAT or ACT? Susanna answers all your questions in today’s video. These tests are often intimidating and it can be difficult to know how to start when preparing for them. Learn what your timeline should be when preparing and what your different options are for […]
By: Susanna Cerasuolo, M.Ed. Juniors now is the times to begin thinking about taking the ACT or SAT. This monstrosity of a test will not be the most fun thing you do in the junior year, but it is a crucial part of your college application. Begin prepping for the test now so […]
A graphic representation for what SAT scores you need to get into different colleges.