The 2013-2014 school year is behind us and final grades are being calculated across the nation. While the new 2014 schedule for standardized tests has not yet been finalized, students and parents throughout the world are brainstorming different ways of squeezing in some test prep time over the summer.
Summer is the perfect time to make test prep a part of your daily habit! Throughout the summer students should feel relaxed and are less consumed by class schedules, social protocol, and extra curricular activities. The summer presents less competition for time and more willingness to spend it!
Both students and their parents who are serious about college applications and scholarship opportunities should take advantage of the summer before Junior or Senior year of high school. Summer test prep allows parents and students to work test prep into their schedule virtually unnoticed. By starting early and working throughout summer, test prep will already be a solid habit set in time for the start of a new school year.
We suggest that all SAT and ACT students give themselves at least 12 weeks to prepare! Other than a student’s overall academic record and high school resume, SAT and/or ACT test scores are the only factors standing between you and the college of your dreams. Strong test scores alone can increase the chances of getting into the college of your choice and open doors to full ride or partial scholarship opportunities.
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