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What’s so great about Collegewise’s Academic Services?
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By Stefanie Toye
March 28, 2022 | 7 minute read

During calls, presentations, and discussions with our families, we are often asked, “Why should I book tutoring and/or test preparation for the ACT/SAT with Collegewise? Collegewise...

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AP Test Study Tips
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By Stefanie Toye
February 28, 2022 | 10 minute read

What are the best AP Test prep study tips for 2022? Many high school students have just completed mid-terms or mid-years—awesome job! You can reward yourself for making it through those....

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Tips to Stay Calm and Be Prepared on Test Day
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By Stefanie Toye
February 14, 2022 | 11 minute read

When you take a standardized test, mental attitude, stamina, and coolness under pressure are important qualities if you want to perform well. In fact, studies have shown that if you panic...

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The SAT Is Going Digital. Here's What That Means For You.
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By Stefanie Toye
January 31, 2022 | 8 minute read

Last week, the College Board made a big announcement: the SAT is going digital. Except this wasn’t such a big announcement—they teased for years that they’d move the traditional paper and...

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Testing Score Requirements For Ivy League Schools
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By Vanessa Daves-Poarch
December 20, 2021 | 10 minute read

What types of test scores are needed for Ivy League schools? If you’re interested in attending an Ivy League university, you’re probably wondering if your test scores are up to scratch....

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How to Get a Perfect Score on the SAT
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By Michal Goldstein
November 15, 2021 | 6 minute read

What is a perfect score on the SAT? A perfect score on the SAT is a 1600. The test itself is scored on a scale from a minimum of 400 to a maximum of 1600, compiled from two primary...

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