Today was exciting news in the standardized test community, as College Board released its first set of data and concordance tables regarding the New 2016 SAT. In light of this, we have updated our previous post with updated average New
Today we’ll be giving some tips about how to and what to write for your college admissions essay! Don’t waste
For the uninitiated, today and tomorrow are the days most of the Ivy League and similarly selective schools release their admissions decisions. For those waiting anxiously for these notifications to be released, best of luck! No matter what happens, congratulations
Today’s Ask Test Masters question comes from YG who writes:
Hi! I am currently a sophomore in a high school that is located in a boring state, but is pretty competitive.
Since many of you have admissions offers in hand and are nervously awaiting the beginning of your first year in college, we at College Compass put together a list of 5 Things College Freshmen Should Know
Hi folks! Today we’ll be talking about a question we don’t get often enough — Which colleges require the SAT Subject Tests, and what in the world are Subject Tests?
What Are SAT Subject Tests?
You may or may not
With the first administration of the New SAT approaching, you may be wondering whether or not you should take the Optional Essay. Though you might be inclined to skip it since it is “optional” after all, be aware that some
As admissions are slowly rolling in, we’ll be talking about what I believe to be the single most important part of your decision-making process—admitted student days.