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The SAT category provides a curated collection of resources designed to demystify this critical standardized test. Articles here offer targeted advice on preparation techniques, understanding the test format, and strategies for achieving high scores. Parents can also find guidance on how best to support their children through the SAT preparation process. This section aims to alleviate the anxiety commonly associated with the SAT and empower test-takers to approach the exam with confidence.

Navigating ADHD and Autism during the SATs

Michael took the SAT four times during his high school years before being diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and high-functioning autism. Recently, he accepted Learner’s challenge to retake the SAT as an adult, long after his school days were over. 

What is the PSAT and Why is it Important for High School Students

The PSAT NMSQT (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is a standardized exam. It consists of different compartments, including a math test, reading, writing, and language test.

Texas SAT Scores Report 2022

We've compiled this year's SAT scores for cities in Texas, along with some interesting facts about test prep and strategies. Check out how each city ranks against the rest of the state!

States with the Highest and Lowest SAT Scores in 2023

The SAT is one of the most important placement tests that many high school students take each year. Does your state have the highest SAT score in the nation?

Should My Child Take the PSAT?

The question as to whether parents should encourage their children to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test or PSAT is open to differing opinions. Some people are strongly in favor of children taking this test because it is not a measure used by most colleges to grant admission, but can be used to gain scholarships.

What is PSAT Testing?

PSAT® testing is a way for high school students to prepare for the SAT®s and to qualify for National Merit Scholarships. PSAT® stands for Preliminary SAT®; it is also referred to as the NMSQT®, or the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Though SAT® used to be an acronym for Scholastic Aptitude Test, this is no longer the case, and the test is simply referred to as the SAT®.

What is the Difference Between the SAT and ACT?

The SAT and ACT are both standardized tests which are used by admissions committees to evaluate college applicants. Historically, colleges required one or the other, forcing students to take both if they wanted to apply to a wide array of colleges.

How do SAT Scores Affect College Acceptance?

Scholastic aptitude or assessment test or SAT scores may have a variable effect on college admission. First, it should be noted that not all colleges ask for an SAT and may instead ask students to take the ACT.

What is the SAT?

The SAT Reasoning Test is a standardized test that is required for college admission by many colleges and universities in the United States. More colloquially, the test is usually just called “the SAT,” and the letters are actually a pseudo-acronym, meaning that they don't stand for anything.

What is SAT® Prep?

SAT® prep, or SAT® preparation, is the studying and pre-test work done in advance of taking the SAT®. The score that a student receives on the SAT® is taken into account by most US colleges and universities when considering a student for admission, and colleges often have minimum score requirements.