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99 Random Tips To Improve ACT Scores

To improve ACT scores, you cannot expect to simply sit down and take the test numerous times without learning anything specific from each attempt. While giving yourself as many opportunities as possible is part of it, there are other things you can, and should, be doing to find success. To aide you in this goal, […]
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PSAT Roundup: Cursive Woes And Transitioning To The SAT

The PSAT could be your ticket to the National Merit Scholarship Program, but it’s important that you start taking notice of it now. To help get the ball rolling, we’ve put together a quick roundup of what’s new with the PSAT. This week we deal with cursive woes and transitioning to the SAT. With the […]
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The Dos and Don’ts of Taking the ACT

Taking the ACT can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never done it before or you don’t have a really great track record with it and you desperately need that scholarship money. While earlier this week, we did an article on how to get a 30 on the ACT — no guarantees, by the way, just […]
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10 Mistakes Standing Between You and a 30 on the ACT

The number 30 has an almost magical connotation when it comes to any discussion of the ACT Test. If only you could get your score to that benchmark, then the scholarship money would pour in and you could attend the next four years of your life without any kind of worry about student loans overtaking […]
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ASVAB Overview: Taking The Computer-Adaptive Version

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Anyone going into the military is familiar with the ASVAB test, but after years of being given strictly as a paper-based test, the option now exists to take it as a CAT (or Computer-Adaptive Test). What this means is that the test will reconfigure the questions it decides to ask you based on your correct […]
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7 TOEFL Tips For Achieving Your Best Score

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test that allows non-English speakers to demonstrate their degree of readiness when it comes to enrolling at U.S. universities. Getting a degree in the U.S. can definitely improve one’s marketability, and the TOEFL can go a long way in getting non-English speakers to […]
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6 Tips for Higher GED Test Scores

GED Test Scores can be used to configure your national class rank, though the GED Testing Service does not endorse the conversion of your scores to a grade-point average (GPA). The scores will, however, provide a good estimate of your academic knowledge and skill sets for each content area, showing you how you stack up […]
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Beat the GMAT: How to Practice Wisely

If you want to beat the GMAT, the first thing you should prepare to do is set aside a chunk of time for practice. It’s important to remember when doing so that both quality and quantity of practice matter, and you should be measuring each. Don’t plan on taking a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) the […]
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Moving Forward After Your History Degree and Where to go in Graduate Studies

A history degree opens up the door to many possible graduate programs, whether you’ve considered moving on or not. History majors can go on to pursue graduate study in several fields. The skills learned in a history program are prized by graduate, law, and medical schools. A liberal arts degree in history opens you up […]
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ACT Reading: Probably The Most Important Section

The ACT Reading part is an often controversial part of the test because you’re essentially asked to choose the “correct” answer to a reading passage where there can be multiple interpretations. Nevertheless, it is possible to understand how the questions are designed and, in so doing, finding the key that unlocks the entirety of the […]
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