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ACT Test Preparation Advice and Tips

For years, the ACT trailed the SAT in the number of annual test takers. Beginning in 2011, more students sat for the ACT than they did for the SAT, underscoring the ACT’s growing influence.

Study Tips

Get Prepared For Your Final Exams

With your final exams looming, months of attending class, taking notes, studying and research will reveal if your hard work has paid off. Hopefully, you are not cramming for your exams, rather you have been working carefully toward taking your finals with an eye to getting the best possible grades.

Campus News

More Students Are Successfully Taking AP Courses

The College Board has released its 9th Annual AP Report to the Nation, providing a glimpse at what high school students are doing to prepare themselves for college.

Study Tips

How to Build Sound College Study Habits

Tweet One habit that may not occur naturally is studying, a problem for some students that may have been carried over from high school or has simply not made the

Campus News

Coming Up Short: High School Students

Tweet SAT benchmark reveals holes in college preparation. A recently released report from the College Board has revealed that just 43 percent of 2012 graduated students that took the SAT

Academics

Prepare Now For College Midterm Exams

Tweet Your term paper may be your biggest and most involved project for the semester, but if your school has midterm exams, you will want to do your best with

Academics

CLEP Your Way to a College Degree

Tweet CLEP is managed by the College Board, the same organization that has brought to you the SAT — the most widely used college admission test. Its CLEP program also

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

Personal Advice Study Tips

Refining Your Academic Goals Midstream

Tweet Over the next few weeks, millions of college students will be returning to campus to begin the ironically named spring semester. With the coldest winter in recent memory upon