The coming school year will hold many challenges for students and teachers. Learn how AI and adaptive assessment tech – the same kind used in SAT and ACT test prep – can help get students overcome any learning difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Combating the COVID summer slide and determining the best way to return to the classroom are the top issues on the mind of every educator and administrator. Learn how you can help students get back on track for the 2020-2021 school year and what a return to the classroom may look like this fall.
Is your summer program cancelled? Do you need a back-up plan? Not sure about what to do this summer during a time of global uncertainty? In this webinar with The Spike Lab, an entrepreneur incubator for high school students, we demonstrate ways that students can use the summer of 2020 as an opportunity to stand … Continue reading “Make Summer Plans Count for College and Career”
From the APs to the SAT and ACT: Which Tests To Take, and Why In response to changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges are increasingly announcing plans to adopt test-optional policies in 2020. Applicants will no longer be required to submit standardized test scores. While there are clear benefits to this decision, families … Continue reading “Test-Optional Colleges: What Parents and Students Need to Know”
By Natasha de Sherbinin, Director of College Advising A-List Education, New York Almost overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown nearly every aspect of college admissions into uncertainty. Institutions are racing to adapt their policies and processes to emphasize social distancing and student safety. As a result, college admissions has changed radically, meaning that families and … Continue reading “4 Ways COVID Changed College Admissions”
Get the Latest Updates on Cancelled, Rescheduled, and Added Test Dates The College Board, the ACT, and colleges and universities across the US announced a number of changes in mid April that will impact the 2020 college admissions process and beyond. 1. The June SAT and SAT Subject Tests are officially cancelled. The SAT will resume … Continue reading “Stay Current with SAT/ACT Exam Schedules”
Recently, while working with some math teachers, I recommended that they include word problems–lengthy word problems–like those found on the SAT on their quizzes and tests. To which, they replied, “Why? We don’t teach just SAT-Math.” Of course, SAT-Math isn’t some esoteric branch of mathematics. It’s algebra – a lot of algebra. But, a plethora … Continue reading “More Reading in SAT Math”
With junior year coming to a close, now is the perfect time to start planning for the college application process. A-List College Advisors take the stress and confusion out of the application process by assisting students with selecting colleges, writing their essays, and managing a timeline for key admissions deadlines. Things to do before school finishes… Before leaving school … Continue reading “College Admissions Guidance for High School Juniors”
We understand that preparing for the SAT or ACT exam can be a stressful process for both students and parents. Here are three things to keep in mind when it gets tough: 1. It’s Smart to Start Preparing in the Summer Not only is important to start thinking about the ACT and SAT early but … Continue reading “SAT and ACT Prep: 4 Things Every Parent Should Keep in Mind”
From all of us at A-List, we wish your student the very best of luck on this weekend’s SAT and SAT Subject Tests! Please be sure to share the following tips in preparation for test day. The night before the exam: Relax. Try your best not to cram or study the night before the big … Continue reading “Tips for the Night before (and morning of) the SAT”