Confused about recent changes to the SAT?. In this video, I discuss what you can expect.
For more on this topic, you might like my class: High School Testing (Online Training)
My son will be a junior taking get the SAT for the first time in spring 2016 (first release of new version). However, he'll be taking the PSAT this coming October (and possibly again in the fall of his junior year). How do we give due credit to the PSAT yet use it as preparation for his SAT?
Do you know if colleges like Geneva and Grove City will require the essay portion of the revised SAT? When do you think they will update their websites to give us enough prep time?
Are you looking for some ideas for great high school curriculum? If so, I can help you begin to weed through the large amount of resources out there for homeschool families. What a blessing that we have so many choices to choose from!
Gena Suarez, along with her husband, Paul, have homeschooled their seven children since 1990. What started for Gena
Finding a college is like trying to find the "love of your life." When you have narrowed down your selection of colleges to a few candidate schools, it's time for a visit. Keep in mind that you are trying to find the "love of your life." You would not immediately marry a person without first getting acquainted. Similarly, visiting is an
When deciding whether or not you'll have your student do a 5th year of high school, or a Super Senior year, you'll need to weigh the desires and maturity of your student against their age and abilities.
It's normal for a child to graduate high school between the ages of 17 and 20. For many parents, that means that you can
Want to learn how to remain sane AND retain skills? When my kids were in middle school and high school, we did just a bit of structured school each day during the summer months. We did a little math, a little writing, a little independent unit study of some sort. No, I'm not crazy – hear me out. A balanced summer makes