Superscoring Can Significantly Increase Your Teen’s Chances of Getting Into a Top School!

Superscoring Can Significantly Increase Your Teen’s Chances of Getting Into a Top School!

Knowing how to take advantage of Superscoring can dramatically change your teen's ultimate SAT or ACT score. How, you ask? SAT example: March SAT: EBRW: 600; Math: 750; COMPOSITE: 1350 May SAT: EBRW: 700; Math 680; COMPOSITE: 1380 Superscored Composite: 1450 - A significant difference. ACT example: February ACT: English: 30; Math: 22; Reading: 20; Science: 21; Composite: 23 April ACT: English: 25: Math: 29; Reading: 21; Science: 22; Composite 24 June ACT: English: 26; Math: 25; Reading; 30; Science: 21; Composite 25 July ACT: English: 25; Math: 24; Reading: 26; Science: 32; Composite 27 Superscore Composite: 30! (These test scores also show a steady improvement in composites – not scores all over the map.)   What schools Superscore? Here is a list of some of the top schools that superscore both the SAT and ACT. (Always check a school's website as this type of policy is ALWAYS in flux. NOTE: It is to the school's advantage to super score as it elevates its college ranking. Boston College Johns Hopkins University...
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Do You Know the 7 Key Factors That Impact College Acceptance?

Do You Know the 7 Key Factors That Impact College Acceptance?

  Ever wonder what's most important for the college admissions process? Below are the 7 primary factors as well as some less important ones which are worth noting.   1.GPA According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling, 79 percent of schools surveyed rated grades in college prep  courses considerably important.  In the same survey, 60 percent said grades for all courses were important along with the overall strength of the high school curriculum.  In short, schools look to see that you are consistently challenging yourself to learn complex concepts, along with your overall diligence as a student.  So, a B in an AP class may be assessed just as significantly as, if not higher than, an A in a regular class.   2. SAT/ACT Scores You may know that many highly-ranked liberal arts colleges and national universities have gone "test optional".  But it's no surprise that SAT/ACT scores still ranked right up there in the same 2015 NACAC survey -- described as important by 56 percent...
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