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What to Know About AP Tests

What to Know About AP Tests

Want to graduate college sooner with less debt? Take AP tests. Advanced Placement (AP) courses can increase the likelihood of graduating from college with minimal debt. Just take that AP test in...

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The Latest on AP Test Scores

The Latest on AP Test Scores

The College Board releases Advanced Placement (AP) test scores in waves (generally by state) beginning in early July. Students who take an AP test during the year can choose a school where scores...

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15 ACT & SAT Myths to Ignore

15 ACT & SAT Myths to Ignore

True or false? The SAT is harder than the ACT. You might have heard this or a similar "fact" about the ACT. But with so much information (and so many opinions), it can be hard to know what's true...

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2024-2025 ACT and SAT Test Dates

2024-2025 ACT and SAT Test Dates

2024-2025 ACT and SAT Test Dates Take the test you prefer ideally four times, to maximize your score, including the mandated test date if applicable in your state. Many colleges start accepting...

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How to Find a Great SAT Tutor

How to Find a Great SAT Tutor

When it’s time to find an SAT tutor, lots of options exist. But how do you know what to look for in SAT tutoring? How do you find someone who can help your student increase their SAT scores and...

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What’s a Good ACT Score?

What’s a Good ACT Score?

What's a Good ACT Score? The ACT is a test used by many colleges for admissions and scholarship decisions. Recent studies have shown that test scores are closely linked to college success, even more...

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