Illinois Juniors May Stick With ACT This Spring

  The Chicago Sun Times reports that as Illinois debates whether high-schoolers trying to get into college should stick with the ACT or switch to the SAT, Chicago Public Schools told parents Monday that its juniors will take the ACT this spring. Janice Jackson, the district’s chief education officer, also told parents that the test […]

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Why Test Prep & Tutoring Should Flourish in 2016

  The educational service landscape has shifted to be sure but there may be more of a silver lining for test prep & tutoring than initially thought.  There was, after all, much consternation from tutors and test prep outfits after The College Board announced its intent to make P/SAT prep free through Khan Academy.  Full […]

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Survey Reveals How Medical Schools Feel About the New MCAT

As reported in PreMed Life, medical school admissions officers weighed in on their feelings about the new MCAT in a new survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep. The survey, which involved 68 accredited medical schools, revealed that feelings about the new MCAT are ambiguous. Specifically, only 42% of medical schools surveyed believed that the new MCAT will better prepare pre-meds for […]

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