For years, students and parents complained that there were no ACT or SAT test dates for the summer. For years, our summers were spent chillin’ at the beach. Over the last few years, however, there has been a drastic change. More and more students have been getting a jump start on prep during the summer between sophomore and junior year. Last year, the College Board responded to the pent up demand for summer testing dates by offering an SAT in late August (at the same time removing the late January test date from its calendar).
Not to be outdone, the people behind the ACT are rolling out a mid-July 2018 test. For the first time, students who prefer the ACT can take the test on Saturday, July 14.
Here is where Inspiring Test Prep comes in. We have scheduled a three-week course to prep for that July test date. The class meets Monday-Thursday, the weeks starting June 18, June 25, (we skip the week of July 4), and July 9.
Take advantage of our special introductory pricing: sign up now and pay later and still get $200 discount of course price. Regular price: $1,195.
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SAT or ACT? Try a Free Diagnostic Test.
If you are like many students, you are unclear which test is the right test for you: the redesigned SAT or the ACT.
To help you figure out which test to take, you can come take a free, no obligation, 3-hour ACT this Saturday, February 17 at 11:00 am with Inspiring Test Preparation. This get acquainted offer is good for new clients only*. This test is used for the first class of our ACT preparation.
by Bess Dalby*
Whether you are too tired or too nervous, you may not feel like eating at all the morning of the SAT or ACT. However, I cannot stress enough how disastrous it can be if hunger strikes during a slew of difficult math problems.
The human brain uses a variety of nutritional components to function during strenuous activities, and requires even more nutrition if it is deprived of sleep. Here I will outline five major rules that will guide your test day food strategy so that you can avoid feeling hungry or sleepy during the test.
Now that it’s prime time to start studying for the SAT and ACT, we’ve had a lot of students ask us which test they should take.
Nowadays, most colleges accept the SAT and ACT and weigh scores from both tests equally, so that’s no longer a reason to take one test over the other.
The College Board recently redesigned the SAT and it is now quite similar to the ACT. Both tests now have optional essays and no guessing penalty. The SAT also no longer has a “random vocabulary” section, which used to be a big deal breaker for a lot of our students. Instead, the SAT has a vocabulary in context section. The SAT also has less geometry than the ACT. We’ve covered the all differences in a handy graphic below. (more…)