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5 Pro Tips for the ACT When You’ve Already Taken the SAT

5 Pro Tips for the ACT When You’ve Already Taken the SAT

Wondering about the difference between ACT and SAT? If both are part of your admission requirements for your schools of choice, you can make the most of your prep time by knowing a few simple pointers. Learn more in this guest post by Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   So by now you've taken your SAT, received your score, and just received an email from the college admissions office about your ACT. Until now, you may have never even considered the test. A few of your friends may have … Read More

5 Pro Tips for the ACT When You’ve Already Taken the SAT
Wondering about the difference between ACT and SAT? If both are part of your admission requirements for your schools of choice, you can make the most of your prep time by knowing a few simple pointers. Learn more in this guest post by Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   So by now you've taken your SAT, received your score, and just received an email from the college admissions office about your ACT. Until now, you may have never even considered the test. A few of your friends may have
How To Pass a Test You Aren't Ready For |Test Taking Strategies
Didn't study for a big upcoming test? Not all hope is lost. Take a deep breath, and try these test taking strategies from Denver, Co tutor Clarence M...   We've all been there before: It’s the day of the test, or the night before, and you realize there is no way you will be able to get through all your studying. But that doesn't mean you can’t get a decent score on the test -- you just have to play your cards right. Stop Studying My first suggestion is to stop studying! With an
Channeling Your Inner Detective for Reading Comprehension
Reading assignments can be fun - we promise! Here, Hollywood, FL tutor Deanna P. shares her best reading comprehension strategies for students to keep in mind... Do you like to play detective and solve mysteries? Well, here are the top reading comprehension strategies to use before, during, and after reading to crack the case and think outside the box. READ THE TITLE and highlight it; it is the key that unlocks the main idea and what the story is mainly about. Read the questions, not
How to Prep Smart for the APs: 6 Study Tips to Know
Need help prepping for an upcoming AP test? Take a look at this guest post to learn the best tips to ensure your AP exam scores are where you want them to be...   AP exams are some of the toughest courses you can take in high school. Practically every AP exam not only requires you to excel in answering multiple-choice questions, but also in synthesizing your own unique responses to questions posed in the often-dreaded free-response section (FRQ). To help you prepare for your AP exa
A+ Tips: How to Write an Essay
Does your stomach drop every time you hear the words "writing assignment"? It is quite common for students to stress over writing papers, but once you learn more about how to write an essay, you will find that there is a method to the madness. Keep calm and get good grades, by following these six easy steps to writing an essay. Step One: Research Whatever you plan to write about, it is best to do your research before you start writing your essay. If your essay requires you to quote outside

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