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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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How long does it take to send SAT scores?
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By Michal Goldstein
November 8, 2021 | 4 minute read

How long does it take to receive SAT scores? How long does it take to send them? And how much does it cost to send the reports? On most national test dates (August, October, November,...

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Improve Your SAT Score with These Actionable Steps
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By Stefanie Toye
November 1, 2021 | 7 minute read

If you’re reading this, you’re looking for ways to improve your SAT score. Nice! There are several steps you can take to raise your score. And, yes, you can go up 50, 100, 150, or...

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National Merit Scholarship Qualifications
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By Stefanie Toye
October 11, 2021 | 7 minute read

What is the PSAT and what does it look like? How is it related to National Merit? The PSAT is an abbreviated form of the SAT test and has the same 4 required sections as the SAT...

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Who Can (and Should) Take the PSAT?
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By Michal Goldstein
October 4, 2021 | 5 minute read

Who Can Take the PSAT? This is a surprisingly nuanced question, but depending on your school and your grade level, nearly everyone from the 8th grade through the 11th grade may take the...

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