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5 reasons students should still plan to take the SAT/ACT

While some colleges and universities have chosen a flexible approach by temporarily suspending the SAT/ACT requirement, it's important to note that they do value and consider submitted scores as part of the admission process.

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Huntington SAT/ACT Study Plan Helps Improve Test Scores

Huntington’s test prep programs have a built-in study plan which will help your student improve their scoreHere are some tips for a successful SAT/ACT study plan

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What You Need to Know About the Digital SAT in 2023

The new digital SAT is coming soon, and parents of college-bound students need to be prepared for the changes. Make sure you’re up to speed on SAT updates and what is changing with the new digital SAT.

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Four Ways for Teachers to Rejuvenate This Summer

Students need a break after an intense school year, and so do you! Even if you have professional development plans or other education goals while you’re not in school, it is essential that you take time to rejuvenate your mind and recharge your batteries. Here are a few tips

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Huntington Learning Center’s Top 10 Test Prep Tips

Make a Preparation Plan: Create a plan that outlines what you need to study and when. Between 2 to 3 months before your test, break down your study time into manageable chunks and create a schedule that works for you. 

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How Many AP Courses Should Your Child Take?

Taking AP courses in high school helps students prepare for college-level academics and proves their dedication to admission officers. While taking AP courses in high school is great for lots of reasons, it’s also important that students are thoughtful about how many, and which ones, to take.

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