Posts Tagged ‘SAT’

Registration Deadline for the November 3, 2012 SAT

If you are planning to take the November 3rd SAT, the registration is today. Go to the College Board website and register now. Seniors, this may be your last chance to get those scores in to your colleges. Do not delay any longer! College Board Registration for November 3, 2012: Register Here. Late registration for…

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International Student SAT Registration – November SAT

International students planning to attend an American university and needing the November SAT must register with their representative today, not later than 11:59 pm Eastern Time, September 25, 2012. Those planning to self-register can wait until the October 4th registration deadline. The Right Path works via face-to-face online connections with foreign students as well as distant American…

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PSAT and SAT Test Prep Sessions Now Added for October Tests

Due to requests for more classes, The Right Path is pleased to announce two additional classes now available to help students prepare for the October tests. PSAT Test Prep This class runs two consecutive Saturdays, October 6th and 13th, from 8:30 – 11:30 AM at the Baptist Church, Astor Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. Fee $180.…

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Raising Test Scores Means Leaving Your Comfort Zone

If you are looking to raise your SAT or ACT test scores, one of the best things you can do is go outside your comfort zone. Strategies that have worked for the past 12-13 years of regular school testing do not always work when they are applied to standardized tests. If you want to “beat…

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Did You Know This About the College Board?

Did You Know there is More to the College Board than just testing? The College Board was founded over 100 years ago and is about a lot more than just the SAT. The College Board serves over 7,000,000 students and parents each year. Approximately 23,000 public and private high schools across the United States use…

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Test Prep Vocabulary – therapeutic

Today’s Test Prep Vocabulary:  therapeutic therapeutic – to make feel better, medicinal, curative Word Building: -tic – primarily used to form adjectives from nouns (Greek) Sample Sentence: Physical activity provides a therapeutic outlet for many people. photo credit

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SAT – Who We Serve – College Board 7-26-12

What is The College Board? As a not-for-profit membership association representing more than 5,900 colleges, universities and schools, the College Board leads national and international efforts to improve access to and readiness for higher education. via Who We Serve – College Board. The College Board is not just about standardized testing and test prep. It…

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