Test preparation—something that is lamentably an absolute

Test preparation—something that is lamentably an absolute, probably the only time I tell my students something they must do, that’s non-negotiable, and with a roll of my eyes—can cost a lot of money. The reality of US university admissions is this: you should never base your final “list” on those universities that are test-optional or blind and you should absolutely commit to taking one of the two tests, ACT or SAT (and not both). Shameful or not (it is), these tests are a part of the application and preparing for them is a part of the process. So, aside from those select test-prep organizations that really do do a fabulous job yet cost a lot of money, what is a student to do? Here are s

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