In this webinar, A-List admissions advisor Natasha de Sherbinin and tutor advisor Dory Schultz explain benefits and drawbacks when considering the test optional choice.
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”
Test day, the room is silent save for the sound of intense scribbling and sighing of your peers. You’re doing well, nearly finished with the science section – it’s a total breeze – suddenly, your stomach decides to pierce the silence with a booming gurgle. Everyone stops and looks at you…sounds like a beef jerky … Continue reading “10 Brain Enhancing Foods to eat before you take the ACT or SAT”
SAT grammar is a great section to study because although there are a ton of grammar rules out there, not all of them are tested. It can be really helpful to know what the SAT tests and what it doesn’t, so let’s take a look at a few songs that break SAT grammar rules and … Continue reading “SAT Grammar: Lessons by Song”
We ran a 30-hour course in the spring from March 1st to the June SAT (2014). The course included 3 practice tests for a total of 43 hours. We then reconvened in the fall for a 12-hour course, which included 4 practice tests (1 ACT and 3 SAT) for a total of 30 hours. We … Continue reading “Case Study: Behind the Incredible Success of A-List’s 1199SEIU SAT Program”
Ever since SquashBusters representatives attended an A-List SAT/ACT professional development seminar, our friends at the Massachusetts-based youth enrichment program, have supplied their students with A-List’s SAT/ACT materials. We’re so pleased to share this picture of a few of SquashBusters’ students with their new SAT Books of Knowledge getting ready to embark on the (oh-so-fun) SAT test preparation … Continue reading “SquashBusters Students with Their NEW SAT Books of Knowledge!”
A redesigned SAT exam is to be released in Spring 2016! A-List is staying on top of the impending changes to the SAT, so that we are fully aware and prepared to teach any updated content. The College Board, the organization that owns the SAT, has released practice test questions to help students prepare for this new version … Continue reading “College Board Releases Practice Questions for the NEW SAT”
At A-List, we take pride in the good relationships that we develop with our clients. While our objective is to raise test scores, we also aim to create an overall positive learning experience. A-List would like to thank Jill Holland for her kind words about one of our wonderful tutors, Gary Surman. We’d like to share … Continue reading “SAT Tutoring: A Satisfied Customer”