Several students recently have wanted to cancel their test scores on either SATs or Subject Tests. To cancel a score at the test center, a student: Asks the test supervisor for a Request to Cancel Test Scores Form Completes and […]
Several students recently have wanted to cancel their test scores on either the SAT or SAT Subject Tests. Remember, if you sit for a test and you do NOT want your test scored (maybe you took it for practice, which […]
We received another excellent question today about testing. Read on for another tip from Michele. Q: I enjoy reading your newsletter and find it most informative. I do have a question that a parent asked: is it true that taking […]
Here’s a question that came in today. We thought that many of our blog readers may be wondering the same thing, so we decided to post it along with Michele’s answer.
The Academic Index is a formula the Ivies use predominately for recruited athletes (not to be confused with applicants who happen to have played sports in high school; if you’re being recruited, you know who you are!). It combines SAT […]
Did you know that the November 1st Subject Tests are the only time to take language tests with the listening component? It’s not too late to sign up — the late registration deadline is around October 10th. Subject tests are […]
After the transcript, colleges give most weight to test scores. At schools like Dartmouth and Columbia, the average verbal SAT score is about 730, and the average math is 735. That’s typical at all the top schools although, Cornell and […]