The one common denominator, though, is the need to tackle the problem head-on and not rely on any one “magic bullet” to get rid of your fear.
Taking the ACT test? Find out how to send your scores to the schools on your list.
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High school students have long stressed over the SATs. But the admissions landscape is changing, and so are attitudes about standardized testing. So we’re covering a few ways to prepare for and not freak out over SAT testing.
Blame it on the pandemic—but in a good way. Colleges are now refocusing on applicant qualities other than test scores to help them find the best and the brightest.
Just the basics: Answers to the most common questions about the SAT test.
You can now breathe a sigh of relief. College Board is ending the SAT Subject Tests and no longer offering the SAT optional essay. Whew…
The coronavirus pandemic brought with it many changes, including how students undergo standardized testing to prove likelihood of success to colleges and universities. After many SAT and ACT test cancellations and center closures, thousands of schools have decided to remove standardized testing from their admissions requirements.
Digital note taking, Zoom-ing and virtual lectures may feel routine by now but taking high-stakes exams like midterms and finals in an online setting can be challenging. Four simple steps can help your prepare and feel focused for a big test.