The SAT is common terminology among college-bound teens and their parents, but not everyone is as familiar with the SAT Subject Tests. What do you need to know about these exams? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive at Huntington to get you up to speed:
How ready are you for your upcoming exams? Honing your test taking skills will prepare you for exams in your high school courses as well as any achievement exams you will take this year. Focusing now on your test taking skills will pay off in the long run as you approach each exam with confidence in your abilities.
Fall is fast approaching and with it comes a new school year for your child.
Are scholarships only for outstanding students and stellar athletes? Definitely not!
As the school year starts, high school juniors nationwide are undoubtedly thinking of the approaching SAT college entrance exam, typically taken in the spring of a student's junior year.
The College Board will roll out a totally redesigned SAT in spring 2016. What exactly is changing?
In March of 2014, College Board officials announced plans to significantly alter the format and content of the SAT, one of the most widely taken college entrance exams in the nation.
In spring 2016, the College Board will introduce a completely redesigned SAT, which will focus on the knowledge and skills that students need for college and career readiness.
Summer break is here, which means that high school students aren't interacting in the classroom or engaging in problem-solving activities in a formal setting.
As you may or may not have heard, the College Board recently announced that substantial changes will be made to the SAT, effective spring 2016.