While many students spend a significant amount of time preparing for standardized tests like the SAT or ACT, specialized exams such as the SAT Subject Tests may not be given the attention they deserve.
Students planning on enrolling in traditional bachelor’s degree programs may soon have to change the way they prepare for their college search.
From a young age, students are drilled on the importance of getting a good score on the SAT or ACT and the impact it can have on their education.
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Not every student has a resume that can be easily translated on paper.
When experts analyze athletes before a big matchup, they often talk a lot about "intangibles" – qualities like leadership, persistence or effort that transcend pure numbers or statistics.
The prospect of writing a worthy college admissions essay can be a daunting one, but it is not impossible.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – unless you get deferred from a college you applied to under early action.
If you grew up in an environment where family members enthusiastically supported their alma mater, or had multiple people close to you attend the same college, there’s a good chance that school will be on your radar when it comes time to start the application process.
The number of colleges requiring prospective students to take the SAT or ACT in order to gain admission is dropping, with more than 800 institutions no longer mandating the tests, The Huffington Post reports.