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Golf, Normalizing, and the ACT


Posted By on Mar 28, 2017

Although a test taking student will not need a three foot lateral burst of speed like a tennis player, there remain significant comparisons to tackling the ACT and sports. A student athlete and a prospective collegian taking the ACT or SAT should prepare for the big test day the same way: Steady, hard work up to the date of the test; utilizing industriousness and conditioning; and building confidence towards competitive greatness. As...

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Partner Up With PVP for Better Results and Higher Scores! With your unique strengths and weaknesses in different core areas, why should you go for a one size fits all approach when you could be getting an assessment tutoring plan that will serve your personal strong points and address the areas you need more help with. With so much information available and tips, tricks, and helpful hints, it’s hard to know the difference between what...

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College Class of 2021 Early Report


Posted By on Mar 8, 2017

Boston College (BC) increased its early action applications acceptance by 5%. BC brings with it an average score of 33 on the ACT and 1425 on the SAT. Brown University admitted 22% of early applicants, and Dartmouth College let in 28%. Experts predict the Northwestern admittance rate will drop to less than 10% this year. If only it were as simple as “yes or no.” Some programs define a university. Case Western Reserve...

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-English 75 questions 45 minutes -Math 60 questions 60 minutes -Reading 40 questions 35 minutes -Science 40 questions 35 minutes -“Optional” Writing Section 40 minutes The topics covered in each of these sections correspond closely to the typical high school curriculum, but the questions are generally MUCH trickier. Despite this, the ACT is still considered to be more straight-forward than the SAT. All of the questions are...

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Admission in college is proving to be a demanding task for many parents and students. Without a proper guidance, students and parents are likely to mess up – they may take choices that do not resonate well with the career needs of the students. There is a big number of students applying for colleges whether through online or international applications. Students and parents need to prepare effectively for the task of college admission....

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