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ACT

2020
– July 18
– Sept 12
– Oct 24
– Dec 12

2021
– Feb 6
– Apr 17
– Jun 12
– July 17

SAT &
Subject Tests

2020
– Aug 29
– Oct 3
– Nov 7
– Dec 5

2021
– Mar 13
– May 8
– Jun 5

PSAT offered in mid-October. Check with High School for the test date

* SAT Subjects Test are not offered on the March test date

**ACT not offered in All states on the February and July test dates

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Selected articles from InLikeMe and AdmissionScoop to help you gain insight into the admissions process and get a jump start on entrance exams, college visits, resumes, and summer plans.

Coalition Application Losing Dartmouth and UVA

Dartmouth and the University of Virginia will no longer accept the Coalition Application for the…

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ACT Offers TIR for April, June, and December Exams

The ACT offers a Test Information Release (TIR) for the April, June, and December test…

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Timeless Tips For College Application Essay Writing

Many applicants lose sight of the basics when drafting admissions essays.  This essential advice from English author Evelyn Waugh’s letter to American author Thomas Merton on Aug.

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Composing Your College Admission Resume

Remember the College Folder InLikeMe suggested you maintain throughout high school? The file with all…

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Benefits of Being A High School Athlete

There are many benefits to being involved in athletics in high school. The personal traits…

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ACT Offers TIR for April, June, and December Exams

The ACT offers a Test Information Release (TIR) for the April, June, and December test…

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College Information Sessions In Your Area

College admissions representatives frequently travel to locations across the country, and around the world, to…

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Recommendations for Recommendations

Many colleges will require two or three recommendations from high school teachers, coaches, guidance counselors…

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How to Recalculate Your GPA for College Admission

Many colleges recalculate your GPA (grade point average) using a 4.0 scale, and then add…

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Composing Your College Admission Resume

Remember the College Folder InLikeMe suggested you maintain throughout high school? The file with all…

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Benefits of Being A High School Athlete

There are many benefits to being involved in athletics in high school. The personal traits…

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How to Handle a College Admissions Deferral

Most students who apply early-decision (ED) or early-action (EA) dream of receiving an admissions offer…

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    Late February is Decision Time for freshman applicants to the University of Florida. For the Class of 2024, decisions were… The post UF Admits 14,561 Freshmen to the Class of 2024 appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
  • Common App Essay Prompts Remain the Same for 2020-2021
    By Lynn Lubell The Common Application has decided to maintain the essay prompts for 2020-2021.  The choice of seven prompts… The post Common App Essay Prompts Remain the Same for 2020-2021 appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
  • Test-Optional Momentum Continues to Grow
    Indiana University in Bloomington and Northern Illinois University grabbed 2020 headlines for joining the expanding test-optional movement. While IU and… The post Test-Optional Momentum Continues to Grow appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
  • Harvey Mudd and CalTech Drop SAT Subject Test Requirement
    Harvey Mudd and CalTech grabbed 2020 admissions headlines for dropping their testing requirement for the SAT Subject Tests.  As of… The post Harvey Mudd and CalTech Drop SAT Subject Test Requirement appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
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