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Last-Minute Tips for the PSAT

By IvyWise on Wed, Sep 25, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

Feel Confident on Test Day By Brushing Up on These Important Pointers

The PSAT is just a few weeks away, which means now is the perfect time to crank up your test preparation efforts in order to feel confident on exam day. The more students learn about how the exam works and what will be expected of them, the easier it is to relax and let your academic skills shine.

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What's Covered on the PSAT Reading and Writing Test?

By IvyWise on Wed, Aug 14, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

Learn What to Study In Order to Feel Prepared for the PSAT

For many students, the PSAT is one of the first major standardized tests of their high school career. The assessment is designed to help students gauge what they’ve learned thus far and their readiness to succeed in college. In addition to taking challenging academic courses and staying on top of assignments, it can be beneficial to learn more about the PSAT exam so you know what to expect and how to study.

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How to Stay Fresh Over Break: Winter Break Study Tips and More

By IvyWise on Mon, Dec 18, 2017 @ 02:46 PM

Use Winter Break To Stay On Track With Test Prep and Complete Any Assigned Work

Winter Break is here! Time off between now and the New Year brings family time, trips, holiday fun, and hopefully some rest! However, for some students, this break can also lead to a smaller-scale version of the brain drain that we tend to see over the summer. Tests, projects, and standardized tests like ACT and SAT will pick up again as soon as students are back to school after the break, so it’s important for students to stay sharp so that they don’t fall behind once school resumes.

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Study Tips for High School Students: Habits to Develop Before College

By IvyWise on Thu, Jan 29, 2015 @ 11:41 AM

Highlighting and Typing Notes Can Actually Hurt More Than Help  

The key to good grades is studying the material so that students understand the concepts and can apply them in the classroom. However, many students don’t practice effective study methods in high school, causing them to either memorize and forget information, or not fully grasp the concepts. These bad study habits can roll over into college – making the transition into a college course load even more difficult.  

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