No one has the inside scoop on applying to college like a college admissions counselor’s own kids. Sure, there might be a teeny bit of additional pressure to ace their applications, but when your parent makes a living helping kids find their dream schools and get into them, there are probably a few good pieces of advice to heed when it’s time to apply to college.
There are fewer international test dates than in the U.S. Generally only four dates per year are available for international SAT testing, so make sure you are looking at an international testing calendar when planning. Find out more!
Your summer break is a great time to get prepared for Fall SAT test dates. Without your demanding school schedule, you can keep up on SAT test prep and still balance a fun vacation. The key to a successful summer of studying is organization, accountability, and targeted focus on where you need the most help. Here are the top 7 study tips from Score Smart for acing your SATs:
Online tutoring with a live coach can be one of the most effective ways to prepare for the SAT. Individual tutoring gives you the tools you need for optimal score improvement, maximizes on your precious time, and can put you miles ahead of your competition..