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College Applications and the Future of Standardized Tests

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The pandemic threw a lot of uncertainty into the college admissions process (and just about everything else). Now that life is returning somewhat to “normal,” many current high school students are left with questions: Should I be worrying about the SAT or ACT? Is “test optional” still optional? Is there a benefit to having a…

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ISEE Preparation: How to get a head start over the Summer

By Elementary School, High School, ISEE, Middle School, Practice Tests, Study Skills, Test Prep No Comments

While summer is typically every student’s favorite time of year to relax and smell the roses, that doesn’t mean you can’t also prepare and get ahead in school work and tests. The ISEE or Independent School Entrance Exam administered by the ERB (Educational Records Bureau) is one such test that a student should prepare for…

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