Another school dropped its SAT Subject Test requirement last week. It seems like almost nobody is interested in the exams anymore, perhaps least of all the College Board. Students aiming for uber-selective schools, however, probably still need to take them. Last week, Tufts University announced that it was dropping its SAT Subject test requirement. That … Continue reading Are SAT Subject Tests A Sinking Ship?
The 2017 International College Board Data Trends report confirmed our suspicions about international applicantions and presented some interesting insights. Here's a quick high level overview from our own Michael Gamerl (VP, Business Development and International): The number of international students studying abroad is growing (not exactly breaking news), but it’s projected to be 8 million students by 2025! … Continue reading International Students and the SAT
ACT is debuting a July test date this summer. Here's where you can take the test. Sign up ASAP. Last summer, the College Board debuted a summertime SAT. The August exam was a big hit, maybe too big. Lots of cities ran out of sites months before the test. ACT's July 14 test date could … Continue reading Where Can You Take the July ACT?
Higher SAT and ACT scores can not only help you get into college; they can also help you pay for it. You don't need to be in the 99th percentile either, but you should check whether your top choices give an edge to one test over the other. Partnering with Edmit, a college price and … Continue reading Higher Tests Scores, Lower Tuition