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  • What is School Day Testing?

    ACT/SAT School-Day Testing? Many families are aware that the SAT added a Sept. exam and the ACT added three extra test dates in Sept. and October alone (for 5 total). Fewer families have heard about the “SAT and ACT School Day Testing” program, with which high schools can arrange to test just their own school’s […]

  • Comma Rules: A Quick Quide | Grammarly

    Learn these. ACT. SAT. Life! Not sure about commas? We’ve got you covered. Learn the essentials about commas in English quickly. — Read on www.grammarly.com/blog/comma/

  • Transition Word Practice

    Many students have trouble choosing the correct conjunctive adverb. The key is to read closely enough to understand clearly the relationship between the two parts of the sentence. www.mdc.edu/Kendall/collegeprep/documents2/TRANSITIONAL WORDS AND PHRASESrevised815.pdf

  • $2,000 “No Essay” College Scholarship – Niche

    Stop what you’re doing and apply for this scholarship NOW! Need help getting your student to sit down and put in the effort to apply? Consider registering him or her for our Scholarship Application Workshop. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=13782465 College scholarship without essay or GPA requirements. Easy scholarship application for high school and college students. — Read on […]

  • Associated Grocers – Sam S. Politz Scholarship Fund – Scholarships.com

    Associated Grocers – Sam S. Politz Scholarship Fund Scholarship – Maximum Amount: $8,000 – Application Deadline: March 1, 2019 – This fund was established through the generosity of the members of Associated Grocers Inc. of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Sam S. Politz, a former President and CEO of […]

  • ACT and SAT scores not only predictor of college success

    For admissions offices that are strapped for time, test scores can provide a place to start to identify whether or not a student will be successful, but da Silva also said there has to be a commitment to reviewing each application and reading the students’ stories as well. “At the end of the day, that’s […]

  • You Got Into College; Now What?

    www.hiclark.com/blog/your-child-was-accepted-into-college-now-what/

  • Hot Classrooms Reduce Learning

    ny.chalkbeat.org/posts/us/2018/05/28/higher-temperatures-equal-lower-test-scores-study-confirms-that-students-learn-less-in-overheated-classrooms/

  • Check availability

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  • How to Get Higher Reading Scores

    Does your high-schooler need better reading and English scores on standardized test such as the ACT, SAT and PSAT? Find a high interest novel or even a magazine and give it to your child to read during winter break. Read the same book yourself and every day ask your child questions along the lines of […]