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Standardized Testing

SAT & ACT offering new summer test dates

February 24, 2017, Posted In Standardized Testing
Aidan

Both the SAT & ACT have announced new summer testing dates! This year the SAT will offer a new August 26 testing date. The registration deadline is July 17. This August testing date will also provide students with an oppurtunity to take the following SAT Subject Tests: Literature U.S. History World History Mathematics Level 1 Mathematics […]

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Upcoming 2017 SAT & ACT test dates

December 19, 2016, Posted In Standardized Testing
Aidan

Heading into 2017, students planning to take the SAT and/or ACT should be aware of upcoming test dates and registration deadlines. The exams are offered seven and six times per year, respectively. Here is a look at some of the upcoming test dates in 2017: SAT test dates & deadlines: January 21 (register by December 21) March […]

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What are the pros and cons of the ACT?

January 14, 2016, Posted In Standardized Testing
Marc

Reminder: The next ACT testing date is February 6, 2016. The ACT is a college admissions achievement test that measures a student’s knowledge of academic subjects through multiple-choice questions. It is comprised of five subject areas: English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing. All five components are mandatory except the ACT writing component, which is an […]

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Tips to write a successful SAT essay

December 4, 2015, Posted In Standardized Testing
Stephen

The SAT can be a daunting test, but it is a hurdle that you must jump over en route to your dream college. Although there are a few hundred schools that do not require standardized test scores, the majority of schools practicing holistic admissions, including nearly all of the top colleges and universities, require some […]

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SAT or ACT: Which test should your child take?

September 30, 2015, Posted In Standardized Testing
Stephen

When it comes to your child’s SAT or ACT preparation, it is important to understand how distinct differences in test content and style can help maximize their scores. Find out which test your child should take using AcceptU’s interactive standardized test quiz: [qzzr quiz=”105097″ width=”100%” height=”auto” redirect=”true” offset=”0″]

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