What if we told you that you can improve your performance on any test and reduce test-related stress and anxiety in as little as 30 seconds? Fortunately, this is possible, and Jeremy explains that it’s all through mindfulness.
With June approaching fast, it goes without saying that any high school Junior will soon start to think about — and worry about — the Common Application “college essay.” While it’s always important to think about how to get started on it, Jared emphasizes the importance of how your college essay ends.
When the College Board redesigned the SAT in 2016, the reading section got a big overhaul. The new SAT doesn't just test the kind of texts you've seen in high school, but also texts that resemble what you might see in college. That being said, here are three tips for the SAT reading section that will help you in college, too.
Most college's websites purport that SAT Subject Tests are not required, but rather "strongly recommended." And, while it's true that your application will be considered complete and evaluated regardless of whether you submit Subject Tests or not, these subject-specific evaluations are not as optional as many students think. Learn more about them!