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November 2020

How To Find The Best Scholarship Based Off Of Your SAT Score

You’ve taken the SAT, you’ve submitted your college application. What’s next? Some students just stop right there. That may not exactly be the best idea. When you start receiving decision letters from the schools, the next question will appear in your head. “How do I pay for this?” The first thing students do when trying to find answers to this question is to start looking for scholarships and other aid that they can apply for to ease their financial burden of going to school. We’re here to help you gain a little more insight on the options you have available to you.

Maximize Your Efficiency on the SAT

No matter how much you’ve studied, 225 minutes for one test, question after question, is a long time. It can be very difficult for anybody to keep focus for that long without the right practices. Running out of time on tests is not uncommon at all. It’s a lot of questions crammed into a small time period. Here’s how you can maximize your efficiency when answering questions on the SAT.

Study Tips To Prepare For The SHSAT

Studying for the SHSAT can be a daunting task for many students that wish to take on the challenging exam and score a chance to attend one of the Specialized High Schools. Here, we have some tips for improving your score on each section of the exam.