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How Many Times Should I take the SAT?

College admissions officers say that after you’ve taken the SAT four times or more, elite colleges in the US will start raising their eyebrows

5 Quick Tips to Tackle Standardized Tests: The College Board

Taking standardized tests are often projected as being overwhelming, stress-filled experiences, but they don’t need to be.

University of Chicago no longer requires ACT and SAT scores

The Washington Post said the decision cracks what had been an “enduring wall of support” for the tests among the two dozen most prestigious research universities.

A guide to understanding standardized tests

SAT, ACT, IELTS, TOEFL… don’t let the acronyms put you in a tizzy! In this third instalment of our 12-part series on US college admissions, we explain what the tests do, and whether you need to take them

Seeking the Ultimate SAT Score

For most students who want to attend an elite US college, the SAT is more than a test. It is one of life’s landmarks. Your very first step towards getting into your dream undergrad school hinges on getting a high score in one of two standardized tests, the SAT or the ACT.

5 things you need to know about China's Gaokao

The Gaokao is one of the toughest exams in the world. Find out more about it here.

Asians outshine Whites, Blacks, Hispanics in Math, Writing: SAT

Asians in America are brilliant test takers with great command over math and writing, but their White classmates have better comprehension skills.

Georgia Tech Ranks Among the Top Five Engineering Schools

Georgia Tech has consistently ranked as one of the best engineering schools in the world. It is classified as a university with very high research activity by The Carnegie Foundation.

A perfect SAT score isn't everything

Here’s some advice from a UC Berkeley undergrad who aced the SAT – and got rejected by 5 of the 7 Ivy League schools he applied to (don’t worry, things turned out great)

SAT Scores in Asia Delayed Because of Cheating Probe

Fierce competition and a burning desire to study in the U.S. has led to cheating scandals that undermine the credibility of many Asian students.

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