act test dates and act score faq animation
Matt Larriva
Mar 22, 2022

A guide to the most important and common questions about the ACT test including whether you should take the ACT, when the 2022 ACT test dates are, when the 2022 ACT scores will be released, and how to understand your…

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SAT Test Dates and SAT Scores animation
Matt Larriva
Mar 13, 2022

A guide to the most important and common questions about the SAT test including whether you should take the SAT, when the 2022 SAT test dates are, when the 2022 SAT scores will be released, and how to understand your…

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student prepping for sat or act
Matt Larriva
Mar 02, 2022

Of all the havoc that the pandemic wrought, it has brought some well-meaning changes too. In an upswell of social justice, colleges and universities chose to try to expand access to education by making the SAT and ACT optional for…

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Matt Larriva
Mar 01, 2022

Columbia University was ranked the third-best college in the United States by US News in 2021 and consistently ranks in the top 20 by others.  It is the oldest institution of higher learning in New York State and the fifth…

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yale campus at night
Matt Larriva
Mar 01, 2022

Whether it is for the school’s Hogwarts-like residential college system, its Tony Award-winning Repertory Theatre in residence at the David Geffen School of Drama, its countless alumni who lead in politics, the arts, and business, or simply for the fact…

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sat test on computer
Matt Larriva
Jan 25, 2022

The SAT is going computer-based. Starting in 2024 the College Board will be proctoring the SAT completely through computers. The new digital SAT test will also be reformatted to: be shorter in timeallow calculators on all math sectionsand will revise…

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Matt Larriva
Jan 03, 2022

The SAT/ACT testing landscape is in a state of flux. Changing but not Leaving The year 2016 ushered in the introduction of a new pre -ACT, the coming of the New SAT, a pointed argument between the CollegeBoard and the…

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super score
Matt Larriva
Jan 03, 2022

About a decade ago, The CollegeBoard introduced Score Choice, a system by which students could pick which SAT dates’ results they wanted to send to schools. If you took the test 5 (or 10) times, you could send only one…

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student studying for sat essay
Matt Larriva
Jan 02, 2022

Technically, SAT scores never expire.  You definitely shouldn't worry about the validity of your scores if you take the test your junior year and want to use those scores to apply to college. Certain institutions place restrictions on the length…

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college admissions office
Matt Larriva
Dec 29, 2021

The college admissions process is a daunting one. Luckily, those seeking to get into their dream school can relax a bit knowing that recent studies have indicated that students with lower test scores than the broader applicant pool can gain…

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