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SAT, ACT & High School News

3 Reasons to Register for the Earliest SAT, ACT Exams

(US News) by Brian Witte. Your junior year of high school can easily become the Year of College Preparation. From standardized test review to building a strong resume of extracurriculars and challenging classes to preliminary research into colleges and majors, you will have many demands on your time. One way to buy yourself a bit of breathing room is to register for the earliest SAT…
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The Tutor

April 2017 Test Prep & Tutoring Business Strategy

Strategic Planning for Tutors & IECs - April 2017   April has traditionally been about navigating the high school calendar.  Private school and public school spring breaks are generally at different times and end of term grades are on the horizon.   Graduating students are hearing back from colleges, and the Class of 2018 stands ready to take their place.  The new College Admissions Cycle started in…
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ACT Adds Free OpenEd Resources to ACT Question of the Day

IOWA CITY, Iowa—Students who answer the free, online ACT Question of the Day will now be given access to complimentary resources designed to help them improve their academic skills in the covered topic area. The enhanced ACT Question of the Day, which is accessed through the ACT Profile service, will allow students to improve their skills by watching short instructional videos, taking quizzes to diagnose…
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October 2016 ACT – Reporting Categories & Detailed Analysis

(Chariot Learning) By Mike Bergin --  Chariot Learning has graciously deconstructed the October 2016 ACT for us.  Our thanks to Mike Bergin and team for the detailed analysis that follows. ACT Reading ACT Reading subscores have been, at least until this year, useless. Reviewing the old English or Math subscores would at least point out areas of weakness a student could improve on. But ACT used…
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