Schools around the country offer different programs to challenge their students and to enable their students to earn college credit while in high school. Schools, though, tend to only offer one of the programs, so some students worry that their
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If you took the ACT recently, you may be wondering when you will get your scores back.
ACT multiple choice scores are usually available within 2 weeks of your test date. Writing scores are typically released 2 weeks after the
The SAT recently made changes to its score release policy that will allow students to receive their scores more quickly.
For the 2017-2018 school year, the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math sections for the October, November, December, March, and
In a previous post, we explained subscores, superscores, and score choice. Now, here a few real-life examples!
Let’s say John made a 1320 on his first SAT, with a 620 on Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and a 700 on
If you recently got your SAT scores back and are looking to send them to colleges, you may have stumbled over some vocabulary like “superscoring,” “subscores,” and “score choice.” Here is an explanation of what these words mean, as well
If you missed the SAT registration deadline for your preferred test date, it’s not the end of the world. Here are the options you can take.
Late registration is simple: if you missed the regular registration deadline, you
If you’re dreading the thought of spending the next four years in a traditional four-year college with standard grading systems and coursework, consider taking the alternative route with a very non-standard education.
While there are thousands of standard college options
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U.S. News, Niche, Forbes, Business Insider, and