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Should I Submit My SAT or ACT Scores to Colleges?

There has been too much misinformation about this topic, so here’s a guide for what most students should do. Research First, Google a college’s median SAT or ACT score. That typically generates search results that provide the middle 50% of SAT or ACT scores for the college. See which range

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Performance Tips for Test Day

You can practice infinitely but, if you don’t optimally execute when it counts, then you will not be able to show the full fruits of your labor. Small benefits can add up to significant advantages, so here are some tactics you can use to help you perform your best on

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For Seniors: The October SAT and Early Application Deadlines

Speaking on behalf of the National Test Prep Association, David Blobaum discusses why students should highly consider applying Early Decision to their top choice college and Early Action to other colleges. Wondering if you should submit your SAT and ACT scores to colleges? Here’s advice on whether or not to

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Selectively Test Optional

At most colleges, students now have the option to submit or not submit SAT and ACT scores when applying. However, the relevant question is not “Can I apply without test scores?” The relevant question is: “Should I apply without test scores?” In every aspect of life, there is a wide

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Do Colleges See All of My SAT and ACT Scores?

Better information tends to lead to better decision-making. Often this information is “knowing the rules.” A deep knowledge of them is often key for success in competitive aspects of life, including college admissions. So what are the rules and technicalities of SAT and ACT score reporting that students can use

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