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The “New” SAT: What Busy Parents Need To Know

          The college admissions process hits parents hard during the tough adolescent years, adding a complex task at the tail end of the difficult job of raising teenagers. The new SAT, hitting the streets in the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “New SAT”

The impetus for the new SAT appears to have come from several concerns about the existing college admission exam:  1) pricing and accessibility for underserved students, 2) unfair advantages for students whose families can afford to buy test prep, 3) … Continue reading

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SAT – ACT: The Dread of Standardized Testing

There is an overwhelming amount of work that needs to be completed in the college application process.  Amidst the excitement of this time, most students look at standardized tests with dread.  They consider testing and test prep to be extremely unpleasant … Continue reading

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