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2020 ACT Test Changes and What They Mean for You

Starting with the September 2020 ACT test date, students will be offered a new range of choices when sitting the exam. These new options include section retesting, superscoring, and online testing. These new options are in an effort to...
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Understanding the SAT Subject Tests

The SAT Subject Tests can be an allusive topic. Many students have heard of them, but don’t know exactly what they are, why they’re important, or if you even have to take them. If you find out you do have to take them, what do these “...
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A-levels vs SAT

What’s the difference between A-levels and the SAT? Do they test similar content? If you’ve done well on A-levels, does that mean you’ll perform well on the SAT? What even is the SAT and how do universities use it? These are all common...
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4 Top Tips to Navigate the US University Application Process

U.S. University application season. One that seems omnipresent, never ending, and the only topic of conversation your family leans to at times. Most of us dread and avoid the questions family and friends have about which universities we’re...
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US Admissions Interview Tips

Possibly the most nerve-racking part of the application process will be the admissions interview. Here are a few tips to help you shine and succeed!
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Application Tips

Essential tips on applying to an American university to get you started!
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US College Applications - Early Application

Are you considering early application to US colleges? Here's essential information on the potential benefits and drawbacks.
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Choosing the right university for you

Choosing the right university for you is very important, you'll be spending at least 4 years living and studying there. Here are a few factors to consider to ensure you're choosing the right school for you!
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Getting Started: Key Admissions Factors for US Colleges

A rundown of the key factors that will help you win admittance into an American university.
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New SAT means new preparation

Although it's been nearly six months since the New SAT debuted, there are still mixed feelings around the revamped format. Arguably one of the most important standardised exams for college admission, the New SAT has caused a divide amongst...
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ACT scores decreasing

A recent study by ACT.org shows that while the ACT exam is becoming more popular year-on-year, the national score average has declined.
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5 Tips for Writing a College Essay

One of the most influential parts of your college application that differentiates you from the rest of the competition is your College Essay. This piece of writing is the opportune time to describe to the college admissions board why the...
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