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Have you recently made the big decision to earn your General Education Diploma (GED)? If so, you have a lot to be proud of! This blog post points out exactly why you deserve a pat on the back.
In October 2019, the ACT, one of two main admissions exams accepted by American universities, announced several changes to their testing policies, each of which will have its own impact on test-takers and their study processes. Here's what you can expect.
If you're a student applying for graduate school and taking the GRE as part of the process, you might be wondering just how important that final score will be. This blog post answers that question.
Are you hoping to get into grad school? Chances are pretty high that you'll have to take the GRE to even be considered for admittance. This blog post will cover some little-known tips to help you pass the test.
Are you planning to take both the SAT and ACT exams in order to give yourself the best possible chance of success at getting into college? This blog post will show you how to balance studying for both tests at once.
This blog post can help you decide which standardized college entry exam you should take to optimize your chances for successfully earning a high score: the SAT or the ACT.
Are you interested in memorizing study materials using the very same trick applied by competitive memory athletes? This blog post will teach you how to use this method to ace your tests.
Do you learn best when you can visually see the information you're studying? If so, you might be a visual learner. This blog post offers five study tips made just for you and your strengths.
Communicating with your kids about life's big milestones is an important part of parenting, and the SAT is just one of those key benchmarks. This blog post should help you get the conversation started.
If you want to head off any nervousness you might have about taking an AP course for the first time, find out more about what's to come. This blog post will help you anticipate the ways in which your AP courses are going to be different from other standard high school courses.
Are you trying to figure out when your child should begin the process of studying for the all-important SATs? Check out this blog post for a comprehensive timeline you can use.
When you don't pass a test, like the CLEP, the first time you take it, you'll be faced with one important choice: to retake or not to retake the exam. This blog post will help you make that decision.
Studying isn't something you can do alone in the woods. You need supplies to get your study sesh on. This blog post offers some ideas for what you should have with you while studying (other than the obvious notes and textbooks) to be as productive as possible.
Are you a high school student planning to take AP classes next year? If so, this is the blog post for you. Click through to find out how to best prepare yourself for the academic undertaking to come.
If you're an adult working toward earning your GED, you've probably thought, 'I don't have enough time for this.' This blog post is here to show you how to find that time.
Everybody likes to talk about how great study groups are, and how much help they can be when preparing for an exam, but sometimes they're just... not helpful. This blog post can help you decide what to do if you find yourself in that type of situation.
Have you noticed your child's grades slipping because he or she is overwhelmed with fear and worry before a test? This blog post will teach you how to help your child overcome test anxiety.
Finals week is coming up. Let us guess: you're feeling stressed. Don't worry, you're not alone. This blog post will help you manage those feelings of stress and pressure.
Are you a high school student planning to take a big test in the near future? Check out this blog post to find out why you should take a practice test before you start studying.
Are you thinking of taking the ASVAB sometime soon? If you are, you'll want to invest some time in preparation so that you can get a good score. This blog post offers six tips for how to do just that.
Is your child in the midst of a grueling test prep process? If you're worried about how to handle the many possible issues that can come up and throw the process off, this blog post is for you.
With the ACT assessments looming in your future, you may find the prospect of ACT prep a daunting one. You understand how important the ACT can be for your college choice—but the prep sounds deadly dull. Try these five activities that can make your ACT prep more fun and effective.
College is hard enough, but the ACT test is just plain mean. Whether you have yet to take the test or plan to take it again, it can be an unnerving experience. But it doesn't have to be. Learn four techniques to calm your nerves and transform your anxiety before the ACT.
If you're applying to colleges, you're probably at least somewhat stressed out about taking the SAT. But is your stress justified? This blog post will let you know just how important your SAT score really is in the college admissions process.
Is your child planning to take the SAT in the coming months? Here's how you can help them to be as ready as possible for this all-important academic challenge.
Are you taking the SAT soon and feeling nervous about the score you'll get? Make sure that you get the best possible results by avoiding these common test-taking mistakes that are all too easy to make.
Are you thinking about taking Advanced Placement courses to get college credit? If so, here's everything you'll want to know about how to transfer your AP credits to the college of your choice.
Are you an adult who is struggling to study for the GED while also working? Don't worry; you're not alone. This blog post offers five study tips just for you.
If you're in the process of studying for a CLEP exam, check out this blog post for four top tips on how to study as effectively as possible and pass that test!
Are you looking to earn college credits for a fraction of the usual cost? If so, CLEP exams might be for you. Check out this blog post for tips on how to decide which College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests to take.
Taking AP classes can make it feel like you're balancing two full course loads at once. This blog post offers tips for how to handle your AP test prep on top of all of your other school work.
If you're a high school student who's feeling bored while looking through the same old notes and textbooks over and over again while studying for a test, this blog post is for you. Check out our suggestions for how to make studying more interesting.
You made the big decision: It's time to form a study group. What's next? Choosing the members! Here are our top tips for how to find the right people to invite.
We know that technology has seemingly endless capabilities, but have you thought about how it can help you get ready for important standardized tests? Read on to explore five ways tech can help you prepare for the SATs.
In the game of life, sometimes things don't go as expected—and that's okay. If you took the SAT, received a lower score than anticipated and aren't sure where to turn, the tips in this post can provide some guidance.
Participating in the Advanced Placement program requires a serious commitment. Although the courses and exams can yield numerous advantages for college-bound students, not every teen will benefit from the program. So how can you know if your child should take AP courses?
Studying for finals can be a time-consuming task that typically requires a lot of attention and discipline on your part. Keep reading to learn how you can get the most out of your time by using your phone to study for finals.
Finals week may be an inevitable part of the semester, but it still routinely causes stress, anxiety and sleepless nights. Read on for some tips that can help you improve your mental and physical game and maximize what's left of your study time before finals.
AP tests can earn you college credit and look great on your transcript, but they also require preparation and can cause stress. Read on to learn about deadlines, scoring policies and other AP test details so you can focus on studying and earning the best score possible on your exam!
With AP test dates quickly approaching, you might be wondering how to study and prepare yourself for these important exams. Are there specific things you can do? In this post, we'll take a look at some handy tips that can help you get the most out of your study sessions for the upcoming AP tests.
Sometimes, you may spend so much time worrying about an exam that you forget to think about what you'll need on test day. For exams like the ACT and SAT, certain items won't just help you do your best, some are required to enter the testing room! Read on to learn about the items you won't want to forget on test day.
Getting sick or overly stressed during exams can undermine your efforts on these important tests. The same good habits that lessen your chances of succumbing to illness can also keep your stress levels under control. Discover why it's important to be healthy during exams, and how to stay that way.
Your SAT scores influence both college admissions decisions and merit-based financial aid awards. Although you worked hard to prepare for this intense exam, your current SAT scores may not quite make the mark. Consider these factors as you decide if retaking the SAT is worth the effort.
Want to ace your tests? You have to first understand how memory works in the brain. Once you have that knowledge, you can hone your student methods so that you hack your memory anytime you need to during a test!