By Lee Shulman Bierer On Wednesday October 16, high school juniors and many sophomores will be getting their first taste of standardized testing for college when they take the PSAT/NMSQT. That’s a lot of letters.  It stands for Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The PSAT/NMSQT...

By Lee Shulman Bierer PSAT and National Merit All high school juniors who took the PSAT in October, 2018, should have received an email with their scores. If you haven’t received any notification from College Board, contact your high school guidance office. The October PSAT also serves as...

  By Lee Shulman Bierer PSAT and National Merit All high school juniors who took the PSAT in October, 2018, should have received an email with their scores. If you haven’t received any notification from College Board, contact your high school guidance office. The October PSAT also serves as...

By Lee Shulman Bierer High school juniors and a smattering of sophomores who took the PSAT/NMSQT (National Merit Scholar Qualifying Test) back in October, should be receiving their results any day now. Scores have recently been sent to high school counselors and are also now available online...

Here’s everything you’ll ever need to know about SAT Subject Tests: SAT Subject Tests provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of a specific subject and they help colleges understand different strengths a student might possess. The tests are used in the admissions process...

The October PSAT was the first introduction to the “new” SAT which will debut in March. Students were recently able to retrieve their scores online at College Board and they should receive paper copies of their score reports within the next week. The new PSAT score...

It is not all about the tests, but standardized test results are part of the college admissions decision at most colleges. Many juniors will be taking either the SAT or SAT Subject Tests on June 1 and/or the ACT on June 8. Here are some valuable...

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