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Changing Your SAT Test Type and Changing SAT Subject Tests

Switching Test Types According to College Board, you can change your test from the SAT to SAT Subject Tests or from SAT Subject Tests to the SAT if you pay the change fee of $25. Let’s say you sign up … 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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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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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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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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A Chat with a Perfect Scorer: Joan Zhang

In January 2012 Joan Zhang bubbled her way to SAT perfection. This is no small feat, as each year less than .02% of high school students earn a perfect 2400. I had the pleasure of talking with Joan about her … Continue reading

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Northwestern University is all Smiles with the Happiness Club

For many college students, stress and frustration from deadlines and rigorous academics are part of life. If you are looking for a university that eases the tension, Northwestern University just might be for you. Walking through campus, you may notice … Continue reading

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Georgetown University – Where the Trekkies Flock

Who knew Star Trek would make it into the college classroom? While some might find philosophy a bit too dull, Georgetown University has taken a new spin on the classic subject. The class “Philosophy and Star Trek” considers questions of … Continue reading

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Summer Programs for High School Students

There are thousands of summer programs designed to provide challenging and diverse experiences for high schools students. Whether through a university or through a well-known organization, summer programs can be great resume boosters and valuable experiences that expose students to … Continue reading

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College Trivia: Round 7 (It’s Play Time!)

Question: At what university does studying stop for a magical day filled with carnival games and rides? Answer: Clark University. If that doesn’t sell you on Clark I don’t know what will! Each year the university sanctions a day (“Spree … Continue reading

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