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Even Successful Educators Fail Standardized Tests

By on December 7th, 2011

The Washington Post recently reported an interesting story: Rick Roach, a school administrator in Orange County, Fl., took a state-issued standardized test (FCAT) that requires Florida students to pass every section in order to receive their diplomas, rega

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Standardized Tests: The Dreaded Admissions Requirement

By on November 1st, 2011

Today for College Application Week, we're revisiting the SAT and ACT. You know, those standardized tests you have to take for college admission? If you're going to community college, however, don't sweat the four-hour exams; generally all you need for admission is a high school diploma or GED. All others: listen up.

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Are You Ready For College? The ACT Is Calling You Out

By on August 24th, 2011

A new school year is just weeks away.

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SAT/ACT Season: Part Two

By on November 24th, 2010

Previously on SAT/ACT Season

Sleep deprivation has swept the nation's youth, negatively affecting academic performance. Fortunately the brass Crusaders, along with several reputable scientists, have exposed the problem, making functional impairment a thing of the past. All it took was a little bit of…rest? [Dun, Dun, Dun]

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SAT/ACT Season: Part One

By on November 17th, 2010

If your high school graduation is in sight (with college not too far behind), it's probably high time to take a standardized test for admissions. Thus, we're presenting our favorite tips in this three-part blog series about the SATs and ACTs.

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SAT Vs. ACT: The smackdown between standardized tests

By Chris Thomas on October 31st, 2010

Did you know the SAT and ACT are virtually interchangeable for college admission at most schools? So decide which test is right for you.

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