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Avoid End of the Year Burnout

The end of the year is always a hectic time, especially for juniors. Don’t freak out! Here are some tips to help you get through all of the tests and tribulations that await you from April until June: 1. Set up your testing schedule. You should make sure you have a clear calendar with everything […]

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Are My SAT Scores Good Enough?

After you take the SAT or ACT, you wait for agonizing days until the scores come back… and then what? It’s hard to decide whether or not to take the SAT over again, and that’s not even considering the opportunity cost of giving up your Saturday morning of cereal and cartoons. So, do you need […]

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Does the PSAT Matter?

Short answer: Probably not. Long answer: The PSAT is a preliminary qualifying test for certain scholarships. A fact you may not know is that the score you are required to get to become a semi-finalist depends on your geographical location. Usually the score is around 210-220, which corresponds to a 2100-2200 on the SAT (the […]

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