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Maybe you’ve received a flier for a free practice test offered at the public library or your child’s school. The test is sponsored by a test prep company and seems like a good idea. What you don’t know is that Read more…


Just last week, I had multiple clients ask me which calculators they should purchase for the school year. We were working on preparing for the ACT and SAT in these situations and I know how having the right calculator can Read more…


The ACT is changing the way it offers extended time for testers who have a diagnosed disability. These changes will take place with the September 2018 exam. If you have a student or know someone who needs extended time for Read more…


Recently I presented information on testing accommodations on a Facebook live recording. If you or someone you know has a student who needs or already received extra time or test modifications at school, you will want to learn more about Read more…


Two weeks ago I was speaking with my daughter, a high school junior, and we were talking about college visits. She’s narrowing down her choices somewhat, but there are still a number of potential schools we have not visited. I Read more…


Does it hurt to take the SAT / ACT multiple times? Will colleges question why I took the test for a 4th time? Will it help if colleges see I’m improving my scores by taking the ACT / SAT more? Read more…

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