2016 PSAT Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the PSAT

Next month, schools will offer the 2016 PSAT/NMSQT to 10th and 11th grade students nationwide. What do you need to know about the 2016 PSAT? Who takes it? The PSAT/NMSQT is open to both 10th and 11th grade students. While many 10th graders take the test, most test takers will be juniors because 11th grade students who take the PSAT/NMSQT compete for the coveted National …

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Posted September 23rd, 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

New SAT: Early Prep No Longer Optional

Students have long been advised to prepare for the SAT well in advance – after all, procrastination is rarely a good idea. But because the current SAT is a very formulaic test, there are some tricks that students can use to get moderate score improvements in a fairly short period of time. On the new SAT, these tricks will no longer suffice. Students hoping to score we…

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Posted November 11th, 2014

C2 Wrote the Book on the New SAT

When the College Board announced big changes to the SAT, our team of academic experts got to work. They spent months researching the new test and following College Board updates in order to create an in-depth prep program for the new test. This week, C2 Education premiered the new program at more than 120 tutoring centers nationwide. The program – the first of its…

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Posted October 15th, 2014

What the New SAT Means for Middle School Students

In March, the College Board announced massive changes to the SAT, a test that millions of college-bound students take each year. Most current high school students will still take the current version of the SAT, with 9th graders having the option of taking either test depending on when they time their testing dates. But today's middle school students will face an entire…

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Posted June 7th, 2014