Read to know why schools require you to submit your SAT scores, how it helps them select applicants, and when you will benefit from sending your SAT scores to a test-optional university.
Learn about various ways you can obtain your SAT scores, the wait time, including the process of getting your old SAT scores and related fees incurred.
Find answers to important questions like the impact of the essay score on your application? When is essay score important? When can you safely skip the essay section? And What testing policies you should know before deciding to skip the exam.
Learn practical strategies to ace your SAT writing test, improve your understanding of question format and timing. Find ways to select the right option even when you don’t know the answer.
Learn how to create a good reading strategy, manage time, and improve your SAT reading score. Learn useful test-taking techniques to help you answer fast, identify, and improve your weakness.
Understand the topic-wise breakdown of passages and types of questions asked in the SAT reading section, along with skills they regularly test you on.
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.
Whether your child is two years old or 12 years old, it’s never too late to start saving and planning for college. We asked UWorld’s own Chartered Financial Analyst, Dave Malone, a few questions about saving for college. Here is what he had to say
Preparing for college begins long before you pack up your room in preparation for move-in day. Getting into a preferred college is a multi-year process that requires information, dedication, and hard work. But with the right plan in place, you can navigate the college admissions process with great success in order to get into your dream school.
Learn more about the opportunities that come with school districts turning to distance learning this school year because of the coronavirus pandemic.