A good way to get a sense of your SAT score goals is to generate a list of schools you’re interested in and then research score statistics for each. Along the way, many students wonder about the same question: what SAT scores would I need to get into an Ivy League school? We did the research so you wouldn’t have to. Read on for more.
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Before you begin preparing for the ACT, it’s important to have a sense of what your score goals are. A good way to start figuring that out is to generate a list of schools you’re interested in and then research score statistics for each. Along the way, many students are curious about the same thing: what ACT scores would I need to get into an Ivy League school? In this post, we’ll answer that question.
2021 AP Exams: College Board Updates Schedule, Format in Hopes That Fewer People Will Sue Them This Year
Much like pretty much everything about 2020, last year’s AP tests were about as enjoyable as a snowman made of manure. With 2021 AP exams approaching, we wanted to take a look at some of the changes College Board has made to the exam schedule and test format so that you can target your preparation accordingly. Read on for more.