Editor’s note: This post has been last updated on April 16, 2020. While this post may have some useful information regarding SAT testing during the COVID-19 crisis, please check out our live COVID-19 updates post for the latest information. We at Magoosh know this is a challenging time for everyone, and right now our #1 […]
The highest score on the Redesigned SAT is now 1600, not 2400. But there’s more to the story; here’s what you need to know about highest scores on the SAT.
Great news for ACT test-takers! Starting in September 2020, the ACT will give you the new option to retake individual sections of the ACT exam, rather than taking the entire test again. So if you love your ACT score in one, two, or three of the four ACT test sections, but have a particular area […]
Wondering how the college applications process will be affecting by COVID-19? Check out this post for all that you need to know.
Real talk: as you’ve probably guessed, it’s not easy to get into Harvard University. Harvard’s admissions process is highly selective, and you’ll have to be a pretty impressive candidate to make it through (and that doesn’t just mean having the perfect Harvard SAT score or ACT score). After all, they are ranked #2 in National […]
What is a percentile anyway? Check out this post to learn how to use your ACT percentiles to see how you compare to other students who’ve taken the ACT!
In this article I go over average ACT scores, what they mean for competition, and how to make your state’s average ACT score work to your advantage.
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After you take the ACT, you might feel like a big weight’s been lifted from your shoulders. But, as the days pass and you still don’t have your test score, the tension starts setting in again. If you’re refreshing your ACT account page and wondering, When do ACT scores come out?—don’t worry! Your ACT […]
Not all SAT prep books are created equal: some you’ll want to use in their entirety, others you’ll want to use only parts of, and others you’ll want to steer clear of. To help you decide what’s worth your time, our SAT expert reviewed the test prep books on the market. Read on for our annual list of the Best SAT Books!