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Interview With a Teacher

Tweet By Justin Jobs On a scale of 1 to 10 I would rate my job satisfaction as a 6 — it is this low because I teach in a

College Training

Are You Ready to Take Your College Assessment Test?

Tweet College preparation is a lengthy process. Test Prep Both tests are important, but most colleges require students to have taken one or the other. The SAT is the most

Education Tips

Navigating the Path From Homeschool to College

Tweet Millions of students are or have been homeschooled, the product of a movement that has been around for decades, but has gained strength in recent years. Dissatisfied with their

Campus News Education Tips

Princeton Review Drops Testing Claims

Tweet Test score boosting claims made by the Princeton Review have come under scrutiny lately, following a challenge made by its rival, Kaplan, Inc. Kaplan had asked the National Advertising

Campus News

College Board Releases Advanced Placement Data

Tweet Quick! Which exam puts the most fear into the hearts of school administrators? If you answered the SAT or ACT you wouldn’t be too far off the mark as

College Budgeting Education Tips

7 Tips For Winning The College Costs Battle

Tweet The following information was sourced from Paying for College Without Going Broke: 2010 Edition by Kalman A. Chany (Random House / Princeton Review Books). Just the other day I

Book Reviews

Book Review: ACT or SAT? Choosing the Right Exam for You

Tweet I recently previewed a copy of one of The Princeton Review’s newest books, “ACT or SAT: Choosing the Right Exam for You” and I liked what I read. When


Universities Game Student Entrance Exam Scores

Tweet College entrance exams are given a significant amount of weight by schools when they consider admitting students. The higher the ACT or SAT score, the better, as colleges and


NACAC Commission Calls For College Admission Test Reevaluation

Tweet Students who perform poorly on college entrance tests now have an influential advocate to speak up on their behalf. The National Association for College Admission Counseling, an Arlington, VA-based

Campus News

A Growing Trend: No More College Entrance Exams

Tweet High school juniors and seniors who have dreaded taking college entrance exams are learning that an increasing number of schools are no longer requiring them as part of the