What ACT Exam Changes Mean for Test Takers

What ACT Exam Changes Mean for Test Takers

The ACT rolls out an important exam change this fall.  After sitting for a full-length ACT exam, students can re-test individual sections (rather than repeat a full exam) in hopes of a better section and overall ACT super score — the total of...
ACT & SAT:  How to Take a Practice Test at Home

ACT & SAT: How to Take a Practice Test at Home

Taking a free, proctored practice test in our office is an ideal way to establish a baseline score or “train” for the day you take the ACT or SAT.  But maybe our practice test schedule won’t work for you or you live in a remote location. (Or, as is the case now, a...
Building Stamina for a Three-Hour Exam

Building Stamina for a Three-Hour Exam

Ever run a marathon? If you have, you know you can’t just hit the road and expect to run the entire race. You need a training plan that involves building up distance, speed and stamina over an extended period. It incorporates rest, recovery, good nutrition, and an...
How to Study While Sick

How to Study While Sick

One of the worst feelings in the world is when you wake up with a tickle in your throat.  You know what’s coming. That tickle is the first sign of what is sure to be a downward spiral. It soon becomes a sore throat, and then your energy level starts to...