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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…


The ACT and SAT are designed for high school juniors. But we know that not all juniors around the world are taking the same math courses. Here’s what students need to know before taking the ACT or SAT. There is Read more…


I’m not suggesting we begin test prep at an early age, but many seventh graders will take the SAT or ACT this winter to qualify for the Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).  The TIP program is NOT affiliated with Duke University, Read more…


  My son is in the 10th grade and my daughter is in the 9th grade. When should we begin preparing for the SAT? Some  SAT preparation is long-term and is more an acquisition of basic skills – reading, math, Read more…


  My son has special needs. What should we do about him taking the SAT? What accommodations can or should he have? The answer depends in part on the type of special needs your son has. Learning disabilities range in Read more…


  Which test is easier the SAT or ACT? The best way to find out is to take both.  If you don’t have scores from both tests to compare, here are my top 5 factors for deciding between the SAT Read more…

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