Monthly Archives: May 2012

How to Afford College: 5 Tips For Saving College Funds

Here’s a hard-to-swallow but easy-to-understand three-word fact for you: College isn’t cheap. And it doesn’t appear to be getting any cheaper. Cornell Economics Professor Ronald Ehrenberg pointed out that tuition has been known to “regularly outstrip growth in median family … Continue reading

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Choosing the right college for you: Part I – Money

As you apply to colleges, there will undoubtedly be many questions weighing heavily on your brow. Two, in particular, are probably first and foremost in your over-stressed and overworked brain. Where do I apply? When I get in, what school … Continue reading

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What if I sign up for the SAT, and decide I am not ready?

Canceling Scores & Utilizing Score Choice: Part 3 What if I sign up for the SAT, and decide I am not ready? Today I will cover changing or canceling your SAT test date registration, but check out our other posts … Continue reading

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Top 5 Places to Study

Exam season is here! Having trouble finding peace and quiet to get your studying done? Maybe you’re studying in the wrong place! Here are the top five places that you should go to when trying to study for your exams. … Continue reading

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What does it really take to get into the Ivy League? Part I: Grades

So, you want to go to an Ivy League college for undergrad? Great! The only problem is, so do lots of other kids. College admissions at the nation’s most elite schools are more competitive than ever. According to the respective … Continue reading

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How Do I Use Score Choice to Show Universities My Best Scores?

Canceling Scores & Utilizing Score Choice: Part 2 How Do I Use Score Choice to Show Universities My Best Scores? Score Choice allows you to choose which SAT and SAT Subject Test scores you would like to send to colleges, … Continue reading

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4 Tips to Properly Study for an Exam

Exam season is buckling down. Before you go haywire on studying, let us teach you how to study efficiently. Believe it or not, many students waste precious hours of study time by studying the wrong way for their exams. Knowing … Continue reading

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How Do I Cancel My SAT Scores?

Canceling Scores & Utilizing Score Choice: Part 1 How Do I Cancel My SAT Scores? If you come out of the SAT knowing you did poorly, you have 2 options to “cover up” your bad score. 1) You can cancel … Continue reading

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SAT Perfect Score Profile: College Compass Interviews Perfect Scorer Grace Cheng

College Compass is proud to announce yet another Test Masters student has achieved a Perfect Score on the SAT; Grace Cheng joins a growing list of Test Masters alumni to achieve academic excellence and score a perfect 2400 on their … Continue reading

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Ask Test Masters – Work Experience & Resumes

You ask and we answer! Do you have question about college admissions, applications, entrance exams, or anything pertaining to college preparation? Drop us a line at Ask Test Masters, and we will answer your question in an upcoming post! Question:  … Continue reading

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