Tens of thousands of students a year prep for the SAT & ACT through programs Mike Bergin created or organized. After over 20 years of intensive experience in the industry, he knows what works in test prep and what doesn’t. Mike founded Chariot Learning in 2009 to deliver on the promise of what truly transformative, individualized education can and should be.
Everyone in the world has heard of the company Honda, yet few know that the international automobile and motorcycle giant is named for its highly successful founder. Engineer and industrialist Soichiro Honda, born in Japan in 1906, started Honda Motor Co., Ltd. in 1948 and grew the enterprise into a massive multinational conglomerate famous today
Despite rumors to the contrary, standardized test scores remain essential components of the admissions process at most American colleges and universities. If you’re wondering if the school of your choice requires the SAT or ACT, the answer is almost certainly a resounding “Yes.” And, yes, those scores should be as high as possible… test scores
High stakes standardized tests like the SAT & ACT distribute scores along a massive bell curve, where most test takers fall within the big part of the bell. Anyone taking one of these tests seeks to score as far to the right on that curve as possible, knowing that only 1% of the population can
Throughout the long, twisted history of the SAT, the section devoted to testing reading and language skills has evolved dramatically. What was once simply the Verbal section gave way to both Critical Reading and Writing sections, which have currently been combined to create the inelegantly-titled SAT Evidence Based Reading & Writing section, called EBRW for
A new year means 52 full weeks to get ready for the big tests in your life. With frigid winter temps driving most of us indoors, now is the perfect time to put in the work necessary to ace the SAT and ACT in time for the warmer months. Will you be test ready? Many
In the kingdom of test preparation, no currency carries more value than recent full-length, official exams. College Board and ACT, Inc. mint these treasures but rarely share them, except for those few pivotal hours on test day. However, both test makers do release a few tests a year to the general public, but only to