What SAT and ACT Scores Do I Need?

According to surveys by the National Association of College Admission Counselors, admissions officers routinely cite SAT and ACT scores as one of the most important factors in admission decisions, so it’s no wonder that students stress about the SAT and ACT. Students everywhere worry about what SAT or ACT scores they need to get into their dream colleges.   SAT …

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Posted August 28th, 2017

Understanding Your SAT Score Report: Free Resources

  Once you've taken the SAT, you get to play the waiting game for a couple of weeks until you get your score. Once you get your SAT score, can you tell how well you did on the test and figure out where you need to improve?  We can, and we're going to show you how. We have a couple of resources that are available for free: A recorded webinar called "Under…

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Posted July 7th, 2017

Top 10 SAT and ACT Prep Tips

  Since SAT and ACT scores are among the most important factors in college admissions, it can be hard to deal with the anxiety that often comes with these tests. Follow these test prep tips to boost your scores and lower your stress levels.   Start with a Practice Test Any test prep plan should start with a practice SAT or practice ACT. Before you c…

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Posted March 28th, 2017

Testing Rights and Responsibilities

    Avoid Test Score Cancellation: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities   It’s a nightmare scenario: You diligently prepared for the ACT/SAT/AP exam, you showed up on time, you took the test, you waited for your scores…and then you were notified that your scores were invalidated. All that time and effort went down the drain, and now you’ll hav…

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Posted January 24th, 2017

ACT vs. SAT: Which Test Is Right for You?

    One of the first of many college admissions decisions that students must make is whether to take the ACT, the SAT, or both. On December 14, 2016, C2 Education will present a webinar to help students in this decision. Keep reading to see some of the differences between the tests! Test Timing One of the biggest differences between the two tests invo…

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Posted January 20th, 2017

Your Total Guide to Your New SAT Score

Like the test itself, the new SAT score reports are a departure from the score reports of years past. The experts at C2 Education have broken them down in a new publication called Your Total Guide to Your New SAT Score – download your copy here! SAT scores are undeniably important in the college admissions process. SAT or ACT scores allow college admissions office…

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Posted November 25th, 2016

INFOGRAPHIC: Old SAT vs. New SAT

Are you confused about the difference between the old and new SAT? Let our infographic help explain: [caption id="attachment_11923" align="alignleft" width="735"] These are just a few of the many differences between the old and new SAT. To learn more about the new, harder SAT and how C2 can help your student master it, visit the company's website at www.c2educate.com.[/ca…

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Posted January 9th, 2015

How Changes to the ACT and SAT Will Affect You

The next few years will be full of changes for college-bound high school students because many of the exams that these students take will be revised – if not completely redesigned! Changes at ACT, Inc. ACT, Inc. is making many changes to their tests. First up is the elimination of the PLAN and EXPLORE tests, which are part of the ACT line of assessments. Both P…

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Posted January 9th, 2014

College Board: More Than Half of SAT Test Takers Are Not Ready for College

The College Board released its annual SAT Report on College and Career Readiness today, announcing that just 43% of the roughly 1.6 million 2013 high school graduates who took the SAT met college readiness benchmarks. In the wake of the announcement, education news outlets across the country bemoaned the stagnant SAT scores, citing the figure as further proof of t…

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Posted September 26th, 2013

Why You Should Take the January SAT

Maybe you’re a senior who has already taken the SAT and is applying to college; perhaps you’re a junior just starting to think about the college admissions process; or maybe you’re a middle school student who hasn’t even started thinking about SATs. Regardless of which category you fall into, you should take the SAT this January. Here’s why: High School Seniors …

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Posted December 5th, 2012