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The Showdown: The SAT v/s The ACT

The Showdown: The SAT v/s The ACT Now that we’ve been introduced to the SAT and the ACT, let’s look at how the two compare and which might be the better option for you! For “standardizing” the evaluation process, the SAT and the ACT are very different from each other. But undergrad colleges around the US now accept both of them More >

 27 April , 2012 in Jobs and Careers
The leading SAT Tutors from New York to fly down to India to coach Indian students

In response to the on growing requests from our clients for providing US SAT tutors,  FutureWorks introduces ArborBridge, the top test prep and academic tutoring company in the US, to deliver intensive SAT programs to students in India. They will be making their first tutoring batch available to you very soon at FutureWorks premises. The More >

 26 July , 2011 in Breaking News
Undergraduate study in US- SAT Sections: College Goers’ Thursdays

Hello everybody! How are you? Few weeks’ back we talked about the SATs and PSATs , and today; in our  college goers’ Thursdays, we will  be providing you some tips on specific SAT sections. As mentioned in the previous posts, SATs generally have 3 sections: Critical reading, Writing and Math. Let’s look at each one, More >

 30 June , 2011 in College goers Thursday
Another top Liberal Arts College, Colorado College, changes SAT requirements

Colorado College, one of the most selective liberal arts colleges in the US, has announced that will change it’s SAT requirements for admissions. In the case of Colorado College this specifically means that applicants can submit Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate scores in place of the SAT or ACT. The new rules do not mean More >

 26 June , 2010 in Breaking News
Princeton Review decides to take down several ad claims after a review by Council of Better Business Bureau

Several articles over the last day have covered the news that Princeton Review has voluntarily agreed  to stop making several  of its ad claims. This move came after a review by the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, which reviewed claims made in print, direct marketing, social media and Internet advertising. The More >

 17 May , 2010 in Breaking News