When you attend a traditional in-person high school, the school will remind you quite often that you should be signing up to take the SAT or ACT during your Junior and Senior years. However, online students are in the unique situation where they have flexible schedules that might not line up with their local school, and they aren’t in a one-on-one setting to be reminded of when and how to schedule their SAT or ACT test. If you’re not sure where to start, you’ve actually got a couple of options for signing up to take either the SAT or ACT.
Getting Ready for College: A Checklist for Students
It’s never too early to prepare for college. Think about the past four years of your life. How quickly did they fly by? The four years you will spend in high school will go by even more quickly, so here’s a guide to help you start preparing for college early, so that you don’t get […]
Excel High School’s SAT® Prep Course
Many experts recommend that students start preparing for the SAT® as early as the eighth grade and make their first attempt at the test as a sophomore in high school. Why should your student start so early? The SAT® isn’t like any other standardized test that your student has been exposed to, and since they can use their best scores as submissions to whatever college or university they’d like to attend, this is great advice. With many colleges and universities still expecting students to submit their scores prior to admission, earlier is better when it comes to SAT® prep.
Ventajas e inconvenientes de hacer el SAT o el ACT
Los parámetros de admisión a la universidad están cambiando. En el pasado, los resultados de los exámenes estandarizados eran una parte importante de la solicitud del estudiante. Hoy en día, muchas universidades ya no exigen a los solicitantes que presenten las puntuaciones del SAT o del ACT. De hecho, Insider.com ha publicado una lista de 27 universidades que no exigen las puntuaciones de los exámenes estandarizados, y FairTest (The National [...]