The good news is that your hard work hasn’t been wasted. You’re well-positioned for academic success and college acceptance even though it seems like life has hit the pause button.
So, let’s say the AP exam is rapidly approaching, and you’re feeling a bit underprepared. What can you do outside of school to review in a more relaxed way? Here are several ideas that have worked for students just like you!
Do grammar rules seem like a distant memory, like recess in elementary school? Some of you may not have looked at anything grammar related since middle or even elementary school. Unfortunately, you will still be expected to know selected English rules when you’re taking the multiple-choice writing section of either the SAT® or ACT®.
No doubt you will be watching more T.V. than ever during this time at home, and you’re likely to watch many speeches from officials who are giving us vital information and issuing orders to the public. This is an opportunity to practice your skills of rhetorical analysis!
So, you’re quarantined, social distancing, stuck at home, and going a little stir crazy. What’s the solution to pandemic boredom? (No, the answer is not “more Netflix.”) Intellectual stimulation!
Happy National Grammar Day! It’s the day we gatekeepers of grammar get to celebrate our punctuation prowess. All year long, we’ve endured rage from the uninformed… When you replied on Twitter, telling Steve it’s “you’re” not “your,” he rudely blocked you. When you pointed out the fact that Karen’s meme was missing a comma, she […]
There’s a new piece of the college-admissions puzzle to consider, and it’s all about your social media.
Feedback from other students can save you valuable time, unnecessary expense, and a whole lot of undue stress. With that in mind, take a look at what other students are saying about UWorld . . .
People might not love college readiness tests, but you know what people do love? Trivia! Test out your ACT knowledge with these 7 trivia questions about little-known ACT facts.
The SAT Adversity Score for all its good intentions received significant backlash from parents, teachers, and school counselors. We take a look at what happened.