ACT Testing Registration Deadlines

What are the upcoming ACT testing registration deadlines for 2017-2018, you ask? If you intend to take the ACT this year, you may have woken up with this pressing question on your mind. Ok, maybe not. But we figured we’d let you know these ACT testing registration deadlines anyway. After

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SAT ACT Concordance Scale

A number of folks ask us if their ACT or new SAT is stronger. Wonder no longer. We’ve got an SAT / ACT Concordance Scale for our readers. Note that this does not include writing scores. We didn’t wish to overwhelm folks with charts so we’ll include writing score conversions

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New SAT Security Measures

In light of numerous incidences of cheating on SAT administrations, College Board recently announced several new security measures aimed to curb the practice of students attempting to gain an unfair advantage. While there has been attempts at cheating on the SAT for as long as the SAT has existed, these

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Candid Deans of Admission

We love it when deans of admission at highly selective colleges actually tell it like it is. We find it refreshing because — frankly — most deans of admission don’t tell it like it is. They’re politically correct. They tell you what you want to hear. They’re just not all

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International ACT Test-Takers

International ACT test-takers, the price that ACT Inc. will be charging students to sit and take the ACT is on the rise beginning in April. While this isn’t all that interesting to report, the reasoning behind the price hike is kind of interesting. With kind of being the operative words.

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504 Accommodations and the SAT

For students with 504 accommodations (and their parents), we’ve got some terrific news for you. The College Board has announced that it has overhauled — and greatly simplified — how the organization accommodates students with special needs. In short, it’s going to become a whole lot easier for students with

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