Most students struggle to beat the clock on timed tests, especially standardized tests. Why do some students get extra time? In general, they have a diagnosed medical or psychological condition… Read more »
By David Blobaum of Summit Prep (NJ) The current version of the paper-based SAT will only be offered four more times, in August, October, November, and December of 2023. The… Read more »
So many parents say their students are “overwhelmed.” Training in Mental Health First Aid can prepare friends to step in and call for adult help in the event of a mental health crisis.
For all the familiar reasons, students have received less instruction in many subjects since March 2020. The largest gaps appear to be in math for students in middle and high… Read more »
The relevant question is not “Can I apply to a college without test scores?” It’s: “Should I apply without test scores?”
What are the specific steps to take (and avoid) for your student to achieve his or her best results on the ACT or SAT? Unlock the secrets to success at… Read more »
Fulton County Schools are gearing up for 30,000 students this summer in a nontraditional summer school experience. Kids will engage in hands-on learning and fun activities hosted at 35 sites… Read more »
The acceptance letters are out, and the numbers are in. At most of the highly selective colleges and universities, applications were up, admit rates were down and test scores were still important to be admitted to the Class of 2025.
By Rick Clark, Director of Admission at Georgia Tech The Future of College Admission? Let me start by saying this: I’m no futurist. My family is quick to point out… Read more »
In just four amazing months since the pandemic took hold, the education world has changed so much. What lies ahead for K-12 schooling this fall? What’s happening with ACT-SAT testing? Buckle up and read on.