My students who make the most astounding improvements on the SAT or ACT (or SAT 2 Subject tests) have one thing in common. It's a simple study technique I call the "things to remember list," and I can teach it to you too.
Junior spring is hectic, I know! You might be tempted to let your academics slide as you focus on test prep...but wait! Let me explain why you need to keep your eye on your school books, not just your prep books.
Division doesn't have to get you down—not when you do it the math etiquette way! Here are three ways of understanding division that will let you take on No Calculator Math (or any math section!) with confidence and accuracy.
You've done your activity list, answered every question, and tweaked your essays to fit each application. But there's one you can't fudge: the "why this school?" essay! It's a lot of pressure, right when you need to really shine. I'll walk you through it.
New test dates are here, and this week I'm focusing on what this new development means for your ACT planning. Don't be caught off guard! There's a competitive advantage here for those who know how to find it.