I often joke that we spend way more time thinking about the SAT and ACT around here than anyone ever should. But studying every aspect of these essential exams–and learning in general–positions us to facilitate superior performance for all of our students. But even in our most monomaniacal moments, we recognize that the SAT and ACT are not really goals in and of themselves, but only means to a very important end.
Simply put, if you are not interested in attending a four-year college, you don’t need help preparing for the SAT and ACT.
All of our students are on a journey, one that all parties involved hope leads to the school of their dreams. We at Chariot Learning have accompanied thousands of students on that journey over the years. As a result, we know well the contours of that college road, the pitfalls, potholes, and rough patches. And we want to share that information with you.
What do you need to know on the road to college?
- The latest news about the SAT & ACT
- College admissions action steps from experts
- Proven test taking tips and motivation
- Research-supported strategies for learning and studying
- Exam dates and registration deadlines
- Upcoming proctored practice tests
We call our free email newsletter College Road because it delivers regular reminders, updates, and information every family on the road to college needs to know. Best of all, we don’t limit this wealth of knowledge to just our students; anyone can and should subscribe.
The immortal Seneca had it right: “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.” The road to college can be rough, but the journey becomes much smoother and more successful when someone can show you the way.