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How to Study for an ACT® Retake

Because it is one of the primary exams used for college admissions, students often experience a great deal of anxiety when taking or retaking the ACT®. Many students take the exam more than once. Even if they receive a good score when taking the exam initially, college applicants have found that...

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New for the ACT® in the Fall of 2020

The ACT® is one of two national tests that are designed to judge college entrance preparedness. Taking either this exam or the SAT® is a rite of passage for many high school juniors and seniors, and the testing process generally experiences little change. But, beginning in the fall of 2020, you w...

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Seven Common ACT® Mistakes

Taking the ACT® can be an anxious time for any student. Frequently, preparing for the exam takes a massive amount of time and effort, which increases the level of stress many examinees feel. This stress can contribute to making mistakes that you wouldn’t normally make. Being aware of common ACT®...

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Do ACT®/SAT® Scores Really Matter?

Students across the nation spend countless hours studying to take the ACT® or SAT® exam, knowing that the results of these exams heavily influence their prospects in college admissions, and thus, their later professional opportunities. But before stressing too much, it’s crucial that students an...

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Revising vs. Editing: What’s the Difference?

Going back and checking your work is usually ingrained in you from a young age. In math, science, and the language arts, teachers often emphasize the importance of reviewing your work. This can mean checking for grammatical errors, evaluating the equation you used to arrive at an answer, or reas...

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How to Study for an ACT® Retake

Because it is one of the primary exams used for college admissions, stu…

New for the ACT® in the Fall of 2020

The ACT® is one of two national tests that are designed to judge colleg…

Seven Common ACT® Mistakes

Taking the ACT® can be an anxious time for any student. Frequently, pre…