Category Archives: SAT

SAT dates for 2013-14

Here are the dates for the SAT for the 2013-14 school year. If your child is taking the SAT this year, I would strongly recommend you consider doing some sort of SAT prep. My recommendation is Kaplan.com for SAT prep because they offer a wide variety of SAT prep options and prices.

SAT Date

Register-By Date

Late Registration

Oct

5

Sep

6

Sep

20

Nov

2

Oct

3

Oct

18

Dec

7

Nov

8

Nov

22

Jan

25

Dec

27

Jan

10

Mar

8

Feb

7

Feb

21

May

3

Apr

4

Apr

18

Jun

7

May

9

May

23

 

Source: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/testing/sat-reasoning/register/test-dates

Kaplan ACT/SAT Prep Classes Discounted Through October

Kaplan has announced they are discounting their “Classroom Anywhere” classes for ACT and SAT prep in September and October. It is a $100 discount from their normal cost of $499. The discount ends on October, so you must enroll by October 31 to take advantage of the special price. You will also need to followContinue Reading

Online ACT and SAT Test Prep with Kaplan

Kaplan is one of the best known names in test prep classes for getting students the extra ACT and SAT practice they need. What is probably less known is that Kaplan now offers online test prep in addition to the traditional classroom courses that they have offered for decades.Continue Reading

Kaplan’s free SAT and ACT question quizbank

When prepping for the SAT or ACT, it helps to work practice math problems. Now Kaplan is making practice ACT and SAT math problems available free with Quizbank.Continue Reading

ACT/SAT tip: backup calculator

One of the rules students tend to overlook for the ACT and SAT is the backup calculator rule. Learn how a small investment could give you big advantage on test day.Continue Reading

Calculators for the SAT

One of the most common students ask before taking the SAT is, “Can I use my calculator on the test?”  The answer is yes… usually.  You do have to be careful to stick with the SAT’s list of approved calculators.  Fortunately, the SAT is more relaxed about what is allowed that many other standardized testContinue Reading