Testing Answers as an ACT Math Strategy

Testing Answers as an ACT Math Strategy

One of the most powerful ACT Math strategies is also very simple in practice: testing answers. Dani shows us exactly how helpful this tip is during all standardized tests.

How to Choose Your Reach, Target, & Safety Schools

How to Choose Your Reach, Target, & Safety Schools

You might hear the terms reach, target, and safety schools when it comes to creating your college list. LP College Advisor Ashley’s explanation of these terms will help you create a thoughtful and well-balanced list of schools for the application process.

Reflection, Standardized Testing, & Shakespeare

Reflection, Standardized Testing, & Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s work not only improves your critical thinking ability for the ACT reading section, but also your ability to intentionally reflect on life. Ryan explains how taking the time to pause and reflect helps us pursue growth in all of our endeavors, personal and academic.

How Do I Motivate My Child to Work Hard at the Admissions Process?

How Do I Motivate My Child to Work Hard at the Admissions Process?

The college admissions process can be overwhelming, especially when students think about ACT scores, AP classes, school visits and more. Former UVA admission dean, Marjorie, shares her advice on how to stay afloat.

Should I take the ACT or SAT?

Should I take the ACT or SAT?

When it comes to beginning the test prep process, every student starts with the same question: should I take the ACT or SAT? LogicPrep’s NY Director, Brian, shares his insight on the differences between the exams, important factors to consider when you make your decision, and the importance of LP’s diagnostic process.