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8 Interesting Facts about ACT

Interesting Facts about ACT

The way colleges look at ACT scores can be confusing - there is no set method. Some colleges only look at the latest test score while others look at all the tests taken to average out the score.

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Why Students Should Take AP Courses?

Should I take AP tests?

The number of students opting for Advanced Placement (AP) courses is growing rapidly every year. The reason is the greater appreciation of the many benefits that come from AP success.

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How Do Universities Use SAT Scores?

sat scores for colleges and universities

Universities use 2 types of SAT scoring: Score Choice and Superscoring. It is up to the universities or colleges to decide on which system they will use. In Score Choice, the student can decide on which scores to send to the university and which to leave out.

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Are you looking for home-schooling options for IGCSE?

home-schooling for IGCSE

The COVID 19 pandemic has brought the subject of home-schooling to the top of students’ and parents' minds. With the uncertainty over schools reopening and the loss of study facilities and the need to not lose the preparation momentum, students who are planning of taking IGCSE are finding home-schooling an attractive option.

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Key Differences Between IGCSE and Cambridge O Levels

Key Differences Between IGCSE and Cambridge O Levels

IGCSE and Cambridge O levels are similar in many respects, which is why there is always some confusion as to which is the better option for students. IGCSE - The IGCSE syllabuses and teaching methods are designed to contribute to curriculum development and to support correct teaching practices.

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Are SAT subject tests required for college admission?

SAT subject tests for admission

The answer to this question is a clear “yes!” While many colleges do require applicants to take SAT subject tests for admission, even those colleges that do not will often use the SAT subject test scores to aid them in their evaluation process; the scores will help them obtain a better understanding of the applicant’s subject knowledge and abilities.

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SAT Prep - How To Cope With It In The New Normal

SAT Prep - How To Cope With It In The New Normal

The pandemic has turned the world upside down and nothing, including preparing for competitive examinations like SAT will ever be the same.

Understanding the New Normal in terms of how, when and what to prepare will help you to maximize your preparation.

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How To Stay Focused During The AP Exams 2021

How To Stay Focused During The AP Exams 2021

For the year 2021, the College Board in the U.S. has decided to schedule the Advance Placement examinations in the first half of May. That means that if you are taking either AP Seminar or AP Research your final projects must be submitted, and your presentations scored before 11:59 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on 30 April. For AP Computer Science Principles students, your digital portfolio must be submitted before 11:59 PM EST on April 30.

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Top 10 IBDP Terms Parents Need To Know

Top 10 IBDP Terms Parents Need To Know

If your child is preparing for the IB Diploma, he or she is on a path that will open many doors for further learning across the globe. The IB exam is not an easy one and children preparing for it need all the support they can get. Parents play a key role in the preparation process and knowing the system and terminology will help them to understand the preparation their children are doing and give them the help and encouragement they need.

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IIT JEE Mains – Preparation Tips

IIT JEE Mains – Preparation Tips

Manage your time carefully. The better your planning, the better your preparation

Draw up a clear comprehensive timetable that is realistic. Trying to cram too much into it will lead to confusion and stress that will affect your preparedness.

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