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Huntington Learning Center Shares Latest SAT Happenings
When it comes to the SAT college entrance exam, the last several years have been largely focused on the College Board’s redesign of the test, but Huntington Learning Center is up on the latest news and information. Eileen Huntington of Huntington Learning Center reminds parents of the importance of staying up to date. “Last year brought a great deal of change to the SAT, but the College Board is still adjusting processes and other aspects of the SAT,” she says. Huntington shares a few recent announcements that might impact your college-bound student:
Test Taking Tips for High School Students
If your teen struggles with test taking, he or she isn't alone.
Standardized Test Practice Tips
Students can prepare for standardized tests with the right practice. Learn about four ways to effectively practice for tests.
Improve Test Taking Skills With These Proven Strategies
Enhance your test taking skills through the proven methods found here. Learn how to prepare for your next exam with help from our certified tutors.
Get Ready: Ten Final Exam Study Tips
Proper study tips can reduce anxiety that students face leading up to final exams. Use these ten study tips to see a difference come test day.
Eight Essential Strategies for Succeeding on Standardized Tests
Read more about these tried & true standardized test taking strategies that can help you succeed & get into the college of your dreams.
Help Your Child Master Essential High School Study Skills
The art of studying is not an easy feat to master, but the study tips found here can take a novice to a master in no time at all.
Improve Your Study Habits To Maximize Your Success
Students that use the study habits found here can transition from average to exceptional. Achieving academic success is not easy, but these tactics can help.
How to Help Your Teen Stop Procrastinating
It's Sunday night, and once again your teen has put off a big school project 'due tomorrow' until the last minute. If frantic trips to the library or the office supply store are all too familiar, you're likely dealing with a procrastination problem. It is possible to help your student change, however. Here are a few ideas to help your teen overcome procrastination:
Using Chores to Teach School and Study Skills
If your household is like most, there are many day-to-day duties that must be completed. While tasks like laundry and doing dishes may seem tedious for children, research conducted by the University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development shows that "involving children in household tasks at an early age can have a positive impact later in life."