This time of year, high school students are particularly concerned with increasing their SAT/ACT scores to gain entry to their school of choice. Taking and retaking practice tests and real-life tests, they work hard to apply themselves and add points to their composite score for the highest possible outcome before they graduate. It is a common misconception, though, that a high SAT or ACT score will just gain you admission to your dream school– most students are not aware that your score could also help you achieve the scholarships you want!
This year’s senior class (the class of 2016) may be thinking that it’s time to get serious about college applications, and it is. Since many college-bound families started their search in junior year, the biggest question they have right now is, “What’s changed in college admissions over the summer?”
The answer is, plenty.
Beginning in late July, students will be able to work with our master’s-degree and PhD-level instructors to learn strategic and tactical approaches to both tests!