Students with a growth mindset acknowledge that their innate talents will only take them so far; they are open to learning and, as the term implies, growing.
Educators don’t do what they do for the pay or for the praise, they do it because…well, they do it because they love it. Here are their thoughts on education.
As the second month of 2021 gets underway, we continue to deal with the same harsh realities ushered in by 2020. The global pandemic persists, and we are all trying to navigate the many uncertainties and disruptions it brings as best we can. That’s why it comes as no surprise that, after making unprecedented changes […]
Students who participate in AP courses score higher on standardized tests than non-AP students and attend college at higher rates.
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For students preparing for upcoming SAT® exams, the optional Essay section and specific Subject Tests will no longer be available. On January 19, 2021, the College Board® announced adaptations to the SAT exam, specifically the discontinuation of the optional Essay section and Subject Tests. With the COVID-19 pandemic creating postponements, cancellations, and general consternation about […]
Learn about sections present in SAT and how your marks are scored. Get answers to common questions like Is there a penalty for guessing? What is the raw score? How optional essays are evaluated? And SAT exam policies.
Get answers to essential questions like how to set a target score, when to take SAT exams, and steps to prepare for exams to increase your admission chances.
By taking AP® classes in high school, students show potential colleges and universities they are serious about their education and they will not be overwhelmed by a college course load. Taking an ambitious number of AP classes, and scoring high on AP exams, greatly improves students’ chances of college admission, including with Ivy League schools.