This post was written by our friends at Scribendi. If you’re here, you’re probably looking to improve your writing. Whether you’re crafting an admissions essay or preparing for a standardized test, such as the writing section of the ACT, improving your writing is a very worthy goal. Even if you’ve already studied all the necessary […]
Is your state among the states that require the ACT or SAT? Find out what your state requires here before you start testing!
Hello English Language Learner (ELL) Magooshers! Recently I wrote ACT to Offer Accommodations for English Language Learners Starting in 2017! This article got me thinking a lot about ELL students such as yourself. Today I want to talk to ELL students getting ready for the SAT/ACT. I’ve come up with a lot of tips and […]
Standardized tests can be really tough for students with IEPs. In this article, learn the tips and tricks IEP students can use to succeed on any test.
If you are a high school junior or senior, there is a lot to do between now and Winter Break. In this article, learn how to make the most of your time!
There are a lot of ACT/SAT tutors and tutoring services out there. In this article, let’s find one that works best for you.
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That’s right—you can’t use a mechanical pencil on the ACT. Or the SAT. Or, in fact, a lot of standardized tests. For the SAT and ACT, however, using a mechanical pencil may put your score in peril. The machines that the test-makers use to mark the score sheets don’t pick up on the markings. This […]