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Braingain Magazine Student Session: 5 Secrets to Acing Your Tests

Stuck on how to get started on tackling the standardized tests that are needed for U.S. university applications?

7 simple tips for dealing with your exam results

Results can be emotionally draining, but there is no reason why a few poor grades should derail your future. Here are some ways to deal with the aftermath of your results.

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.

The application process to study in Ireland, explained in a single chart

This handy timeline helps you plan everything: choosing universities, working on your application, taking standardized tests, and preparing for your visa and travel.

College Board cancels June SAT, reduces international testing dates

The altered testing schedule is part of a number of measures intended to combat cheating and protect the integrity of SAT scores

The application process to study in France, explained in one simple chart

This handy timeline helps you plan everything: choosing universities, working on your application, taking standardized tests, and preparing for your visa and travel.

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

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.

What does it take to be a topper? Q&A with Shivang Singh

Shivang Singh, NCR topper of 2017, and alumnus of the KWHS summer programme, talks about his daily routine, the importance of extracurricular activities, and why everyone needs to chill.

College Board Needs to Stop Recycling SAT Tests

Asian test prep schools have exposed the SAT as vulnerable to leakages. Who is to blame?

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