Starting in July of 2018, you’ll be able to take the ACT in July, providing you with another opportunity to improve your ACT score before early admission deadlines. Read more about the new test date on Admissions Intel: ACT announces
Juniors! Your #SAT scores and #Subject Test scores from the January 24th test will be available in two days – February 12, 2015.
The College Doctor and Lisa Zimmer Hatch, veteran test prep instructor and author of ACT For Dummies, 5th Edition, will offer Prepping for the ACT, small group instruction on all ACT test sections that will ease your concerns and boost your confidence as you head into the big test.
GMAT For Dummies, 6th Edition, follows the tried-and-true Dummies formula of simplifying complicated material into a readable, friendly guide that gives you a succinct overview of everything you need to know to maximize your scores on this daunting test.
The next round of ACT testing takes place April 14th, 2012. ACT For Dummies, 5th edition, can help.
Less than 24 hours until the SAT! Read through our last-minute checklist of things you should be doing tonight to make sure you’re prepared for the big test tomorrow.
Sometimes the most simple techniques are the most effective. This post explains the process of elimination (POE), and how to use it to narrow down your answer choices.
Many schools are now requiring that applicants take at least two of the SAT Subject tests, formerly known as SAT II tests. See if your school is on the list!
Today’s market offers several options for standardized test preparation. Because test preparation isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” industry, what works for one person may not necessarily work for another. Which method is right for you? In this post, we dissect them all and weigh in on the pro’s and con’s of each.
A growing number of colleges and universities are requiring, recommending, or substituting SAT subject test scores. In this post, we discuss the proper timing for taking these tests, and offer some guidance on how to evaluate the answers given for multiple choice questions.