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Where Can I Find Information on the SAT and ACT?


Are parents smart enough to teach high school


Is the SAT or ACT exam looming ahead for your child? Click on the video below to learn where to find out more information about these tests and stop panicking!



Is your child taking the SAT or ACT next school year? Or have they already taken their test and you have some tips to share? Let me know in the comments below!


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