Valuable insights from Lynn O’Shaughnessy
a nationally recognized college expert.
February 8, 2021
Taking the ACT and SAT Going Forward – Or Not
If your child is a high school junior, it could be trickier this year to decide whether to take the SAT or ACT in 2021 (assuming greater availability) and also whether to submit scores. To help with this decision, I am running an informative post written by Bruce Reed, a cofounder of Compass Education Group, which regularly creates high quality...
January 28, 2010
Improving Your SAT or ACT Scores: Take a Sample Test
Do you want your teenager to ace the SAT test or improve on a previous SAT score? Or maybe you just want to know if you can survive bad SAT results? Or maybe you’re concerned about ACT test scores. Here’s good news: There are successful SAT and ACT test strategies that students can use to improve their scores or limit...
May 14, 2009
A Baby SAT Test Bites the Dust
How would you like your kid to take a pre-pre-pre SAT test? The College Board thought this would be a ducky idea. So last fall the testing juggernaut announced that it was going to inflict a baby SAT on — get this — middle schoolers. “This is not a pre-pre-pre SAT,” a College Board VP insisted at the time, but...