Here's What to Do In Order To Be Successful on June Standardized Tests
As the school year comes to a close, many students look forward to taking a much-needed break from studying and exams. However, for students taking the June ACT or SAT, the end of the school year can be an unwelcome event, as the culmination of the semester leaves them little time to prepare for these important tests. For some, the stress of end-of-year exams, AP and IB tests, and other final projects can force students to put off their test prep for the June ACT or SAT – leaving them unprepared come test-day.
Get Ready for Standardized Tests This Spring with Test Prep Tips and Practice Guides
The SAT this Saturday will be the first standardized test of 2014, and for many high school juniors it will kick off a spring semester of heavy test-prep.
Schools That Superscore the ACT
With back to school comes more college preparation, and the fall is a very popular time for students to take the SAT and ACT.
Teacher Appreciation Week, ACT Is Going Digital, Latinos Narrowing Education Gap
The admissions landscape is always changing, and here at IvyWise we like to keep families informed on the latest news in college admissions and higher education. Check out some of the biggest stories in higher education from this past week:
Some Students Opt Out of Standardized Tests When Applying to Colleges
Standardized testing is one part of the admissions preparation process that students find to be particularly daunting. The SAT and ACT require a considerable amount of preparation time, and while a goal score is achievable through tutoring, practice tests, and a well crafted test strategy, some students find these exams wear heavily on their minds.
Test Prep Tips the Day Before and On Test Day!
The ACT is tomorrow! For those of you who have your pencils sharpened and ready to go for Saturday morning, here are a few last minute tips to help you make sure you’re 100% ready for test day!