Applying to college and wondering what a good score is on the new SAT? Maybe you just need to know if your redesigned SAT score is good enough? Read on!
Taking standardized tests like the SAT can be expensive. Here at Clemmonsdogpark, we believe everyone deserves an equal shot at academic achievement, no matter what’s in your bank account. We’re excited to share this comprehensive list of free SAT resources, including eBooks, practice tests, flashcards, study plans, and more!
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Is your state among the states that require the ACT or SAT? Find out what your state requires here before you start testing!
There are several states that provide the SAT for free. This page lists those states and explains how to take advantage of this service.
If applying to college isn’t confusing enough (and believe me, it’s a maze!), applying to schools internationally can be even more demanding. Between asking teachers to write recommendation letters and navigating the documents you need to include in your applications, you also have to find time to study for and take the SAT and/or ACT! […]
In March 2016, the College Board released the new SAT. Let’s crunch the numbers to see what this means for first-time test takers.
If you have a disability that hampers your ability to take the SAT test, you may be able to request the College Board to grant you special accommodations.
The new SAT may be over, but the wait has just begun. March 5, 2016 SAT scores will be released May 10, 2016, later than normal. Find out why.
Hello there! This is Minh, Clemmonsdogpark’s latest SAT/ACT expert blogger. You must be hard at work on your journey to mastering the SAT/ACT. I’m excited to help you along the way and leave the testing center with a flawless victory. At times, I’ll be showing you how to crush problems with brute force tactics. Other […]