By Elaine Yau (South China Morning Post).

 When the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) was held this month in Hong Kong, hotels and restaurants near the exam venue in the AsiaWorld-Expo braced for waves of candidates coming from over the border in China.

This trend could send shivers down the spine of students from China who, having been educated in schools that emphasize rote learning, tend to excel in exams. Read the original article.

Kevin OrganisciakCollege Admissions NarrativeACT,College Admissions,SATBy Elaine Yau (South China Morning Post).  When the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) was held this month in Hong Kong, hotels and restaurants near the exam venue in the AsiaWorld-Expo braced for waves of candidates coming from over the border in China. Traditionally used by US universities for making admission decisions,...Business Guidance for Tutors, Test Prep Instructors, and Admissions Counselors