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5 Misconceptions About the Redesigned SAT

Chuck Cohn | Posted 03.09.2016 | Education
Chuck Cohn

The College Board, who administers the SAT, launched a new version of the exam on March 5, 2016, once again redesigning and updating the test. This ne...

How to Prepare for the New SAT Essay

Chuck Cohn | Posted 11.03.2016 | Education
Chuck Cohn

The College Board, who writes and administers the SAT, will release an updated SAT in March of 2016. This revision is designed to more accurately measure how successful students will be in college.

Top 3 Ways to Bust 'Test Stress' With Yoga

Lauren Coles | Posted 06.30.2015 | Healthy Living
Lauren Coles

Yoga teaches us that moments are temporary, whether they are happy or stressful. The key is to be fully aware in every moment, so that you can take control of your thoughts. These simple yogic habits can help you push through negative thoughts and feelings, and bring your mind to a better place.

The Truth About SAT and ACT Test Prep

Kat Cohen | Posted 07.14.2014 | College
Kat Cohen

In recent years, test prep for the SAT or ACT and its place in the college admissions process has come under scrutiny. It's no secret that standardized test scores aren't the end-all predictor of college success.

The Truth Behind the Spin on the Changes to the SAT

Bev Taylor | Posted 05.27.2014 | College
Bev Taylor

Every 10 years, the College Board makes significant changes to the test that has been around since 1926, the test that has been notorious for putting stress on students for generations. Let's cover some history of the SAT. In 1959, in walks the ACT as an upstart competitor to the SAT...

Innate Intelligence: The 800-Pound Non-Sequitur

Michael Rugnetta | Posted 05.17.2014 | Education
Michael Rugnetta

The new SAT is going to be more transparent about what it tests and how you can practice for it. This is a good thing.

How to Prep for the SAT Critical Reading Section

Chuck Cohn | Posted 08.25.2013 | College
Chuck Cohn

The content of the test can be intimidating, but if you use these steps to prepare for it, you'll be well on your way to your highest score.

How to Prep for the SAT

Chuck Cohn | Posted 07.02.2013 | College
Chuck Cohn

Whether you're cramming for one of the spring exams or looking ahead to the next set of exams in the fall, here are some tips to help you build your confidence and raise your score.

10 Ways To Make Exams Less Stressful

Posted 04.25.2013 | Teen

Think twice before you pick up that highlighter. Did you know that taking a practice test or handwriting your notes instead can help you retain more i...

How Pop Culture and Comedy Can Help Millennial Teens Ace the SAT

Jared Friedland | Posted 02.28.2013 | College
Jared Friedland

I've found that the most effective way to defuse test anxiety and boost scores is to coach students in a way they find appealing: with pop culture and comedy. Here are three tips if you or someone whose cell phone bill you pay is taking the SAT this spring.

Kathleen Miles

SHOCKING Feat 10 High School Students Pulled Off | Kathleen Miles | Posted 06.08.2012 | Los Angeles

Only 0.04% of students nationally who took the ACT college entrance exam received a perfect score last year. This year, 10 students, all from the same...

In Push For More College Grads, 'Very Profitable Nonprofit' Cashes In

| Sarah Butrymowicz | Posted 08.29.2012 | Education

This piece comes to us courtesy of The Hechinger Report. The national push to increase the number of Americans with college degrees is enriching at...

The College Insider: Admissions Freak-Out Countdown #10: Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide, As Test-Prep Puts The App In Applicant

Karen Stabiner | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Karen Stabiner

Adapster is an iPhone or iPod app that enables a student to work on SAT test-prep anywhere, any time.