In a world of uncertainty and subjectivity, one objective, undeniable truth stands out: better takes practice. What athlete or artist would deny this? Yet, we sometimes hesitate to apply obvious lessons to stressful situations. How else to explain how many students take important and challenging tests like the SAT and ACT with no preparation whatsoever?
Author Neal Shusterman commented that the measure of a man is not how much he suffers in the test, but how he comes out at the end. This quote would definitely resonate with your average high schooler, especially the reference to tests and suffering! But standardized test season begins in earnest once school starts, and
If you know anything about Chariot Learning, you know that we love practice tests. A quick scan of our Events Calendar reveals one common element for our many, many proctored practice SAT & ACT exams: no matter where we run these tests, they are held in the morning. But why? Because the official SAT and
We at Chariot Learning administer a lot of practice tests throughout the greater Rochester area. A LOT of tests. During some busy weekends, we may run 3 or more at different schools, libraries, and other locations. I actually proctor many of these tests myself as a way of meeting students and observing trends. One trend
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No student should ever take a standardized test like the SAT without seeing it first. That simple but undeniable truth explains why the Official SAT Study Guide has been a perennial best seller in its many incarnations. The 2018 Edition (reminiscent of the classic 10 Real SATs book, is a massive upgrade from its 2016
Hooray for summer, a welcome respite for most from the usual hustle of school, exams, and endless obligations. Taking a well-deserved break is important, but so is preparing for the next wave of challenges. Athletes recognize how training during the off-season impacts performance on game day. With the new August SAT paired with the September