Students across the nation struggle with this question each year. “Should I take the ACT or SAT? Maybe both?” As the time to send in your college applications nears, this is an important decision you must make.
The 2017-2018 school year is near, and many students are preparing to take the ACT and SAT. Part of that preparation means giving yourself adequate time to register and study for the test while leaving enough time to complete applications
Wouldn’t it be lovely if all of our friends had the same goals, drive and study styles? Unfortunately, when it comes to academics, some ‘alliances’ are more influential than others. Sometimes it’s better to connect with someone that’s not in
Are you struggling with how to prepare for the Reading section of the SAT? Do the passages look like a wall of text to you? Are you a slow reader? Here are some tips for approaching this section of the
Even though you may understand English well, you may not understand all of the intricacies of English grammar and how punctuation is used. This throws many students for a loop when taking the SAT. This section of the test challenges
Many students struggle with Math, and it’s no different for the SAT. Depending on when you take the test, you may not have gone over all the concepts covered in school, or it may have been a while since you
Studying for the SAT can be quite the undertaking. You will likely go over most of the concepts covered on the test in your classes, but there are certain things that don’t get as much attention during the school year.
Many students might think of summer as the time of freedom and a break from academic responsibilities. Summer should be fun, but what if you can use this time to ensure a better academic year to follow as well?
We all deal with stress in different ways, but when those exam dates come pouring in we sometimes lose our ability to manage stress in a natural way. Dealing with stress and anxiety during exam preparation is crucial for success,
Why learn a dead language? A lot of people ask me this question thinking that Latin (and the Classics in general) is only useful if you want to become a teacher. While you are a lot more likely to be