Starting in March 2024, the SAT format is changing (again). Not only is it going completely digital, but the format and content is also changing! Learn about all the new changes.Read More
On Average every student will take the SAT 2-3 times. It's best to start planning early and coming up with a game plan on when to take the tests.Read More
As parents, it’s natural to want to do whatever it takes to increase your child’s chances at getting into his or her dream school. But then you take a look at the cost of some of the SAT/ACT Prep courses being offered (e.g. Princeton Review, Kaplan, etc.) and the prices are astronomical. As you contemplate taking out a second mortgage to put your kid in these classes, the immediate question you ask yourself is: are these classes REALLY worth it?
Many tutoring companies will tell you that the answer to this question is “not straightforward” or that it “varies from student to student”. Having tutored the SATs for 7 years, I can tell you that these answers are deliberately misleading. It IS true that the answer to this question is not the same for every student, but over time I have encountered only 3 types of students:Read More
The SAT is changing in March 2016. The changes will affect students in the Class of 2017 or higher. Learn all you need to know about the changes to the SAT Reading section.Read More