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Should I still take the SAT, even if it’s at risk of cancellation, in this epidemic for admission at Wharton?
Definitely. This is something of a no-lose situation. If you try to take the test and it’s canceled, then you’re no worse
Almost all colleges still accept SAT scores. You might be conflating a couple stories: 1) about how the UC system chose to go test-optional until replacing the SAT/ACT with their own test 2) about how a judge ruled that the…
can’t guarantee a 1500, but I can tell you how to make sure you have the highest likelihood of the largest improvement in the time you have
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Matt Larriva, founder of Powerful Prep, a leading concierge tutoring firm dedicated to transparency, massive point gains and customized curriculum, recently received his millionth answer-view on Quora, a platform to ask…
Recently, the University of California was ordered to stop using SAT and ACT test scores in admissions, and while the case involves students with disabilities, the judge’s ruling extends to all prospective students.
This May, the Regents of the University of California school system voted to phase out the SAT and ACT over the next five years. Working to eliminate the socioeconomic bias latent in the SAT and ACT, the schools will endeavor…
Can changing the order of the SAT exam, solving Math section then English, affect my performance?
Can you get a good score on the SAT by only studying for a month? That depends on what your starting score is and on what you consider “good.”
Education has been upended amid COVID-19. Across the country, many schools and universities have had to shut down physical campuses and have rushed to roll out online learning.
Matt Larriva of Powerful Prep: 5 Things You Need To Know To Be A Highly Effective Educator or Teacher
The difference between tutor and teacher has to do with the direction of the relationship. Teachers instruct in a one-to-many relationship, while tutors instruct in a one-to-one setting.
This infographic examines the 5 types of people you’ll encounter during ACT and SAT testing.
Parents and students have no idea what to ask for or expect of their tutors in terms of results.