Inside the SAT Goldmine

(PYMNTS) — Most people will never once think about their SAT score once they’ve submitted it to the college of their choice. But for a brief but highly meaningful amount of time, most budding American college students (and their parents) stress big time about taking the SAT tests. It’s a very, very big deal since it is more or […]

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College planning now may mean less stress for seniors come fall.

(PBS Newshour) By Shondra Carpenter– Editor’s Note: As summer gets underway, rising seniors may want to think about getting a jump start on college planning. School counselors like Shondra Carpenter say for students interested in going to college, understanding a few of the changes in the application process, including the new FAFSA and portfolio-based Coalition […]

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Khan Academy, College Board create an SAT practice program but impact unclear

(EdSurge) By Larry Gordon. Ten students, most of them 11th-graders striving to become the first in their families to attend college, gathered recently for an after-school program at the Boys and Girls Club in San Pedro. The attraction: a new online practice programfrom the Khan Academy for upcoming SAT exams, a tool that could boost their […]

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