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The SAT Scores You Need for Nursing Programs

Posted by Halle Edwards | Jun 9, 2017 12:00:00 PM

SAT/ACT Score Target

Are you wondering the kind of SAT scores you need to get into nursing schools? Applying for undergraduate nursing programs is simpler than you might expect, but it's important to understand what is expected of you.

This article will explain everything you need to know about applying to nursing school, including the different types of nursing programs, what the average SAT and ACT scores for nursing school students are, and what you need to do to make your application stand out. We'll also go through some examples of great nursing schools, so you can see what their SAT requirements are.

Find out here the SAT nursing scores you need, and other tips for a successful nursing school application!

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How to Write Perfect ApplyTexas Essays

Posted by Dr. Anna Wulick | Jun 9, 2017 8:00:00 AM

College Essays

The ApplyTexas college application has many different essay prompts—and each of the most popular colleges in Texas has different requirements for which essays they expect students to answer.

So how do you get advice on writing your best ApplyTexas essays, no matter which school you are hoping to get into? Look no further than this article, which totally unpacks all five possible ApplyTexas essay prompts. I will explain what each essay prompt is looking for, what admissions officers are hoping to learn about you, give you great strategies for making sure your essay meets all of these expectations, and help you come up with your best essay topics. 

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ACT vs. SAT: 11 Key Differences to Help You Pick the Right Test

Posted by Hannah Muniz | Jun 8, 2017 12:00:00 PM

SAT versus ACT

You’ve probably heard of the ACT and SAT, but how different are these two tests really? In this extensive ACT vs. SAT analysis, we look at the top 11 differences between the ACT and SAT and explain what these differences mean for you. And to conclude, we give you tips on how to decide whether you should take the ACT or SAT.

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The New SAT vs. the ACT: Full Breakdown

Posted by Alex Heimbach | Jun 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM

SAT versus ACT, New SAT

For the past decade or so, the SAT has come under increasing scrutiny for its confusing structure, trick questions, and obscure vocabulary. Meanwhile, the ACT is often seen as the fairer test, more closely based in what students learn in school.

So now, as you may have heard, the College Board undertook a radical overhaul of the SAT that went effect in March of 2016 and, in many ways, made it much more similar to the ACT. Adding to the confusion is the fact that ACT, Inc. also made some minor changes to the ACT. 

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The Expert's Guide to the AP Calculus AB Exam

Posted by Christine Sarikas | Jun 7, 2017 8:00:00 PM

Advanced Placement (AP)

Are you taking the AP Calculus AB exam this spring and want to be well prepared on test day? The AP Calculus AB exam in 2018 will be held Tuesday, May 15th at 8 AM.

Before you sit down to take the final exam, it’s critical to know how the test is formatted, what topics it will cover, and how you’ll be scored. This guide will go over all of that information, as well as show you official sample problems and give you tips on the best way to prepare for AP Calculus AB. 

The exam has undergone recent updates that were first implemented on the May 2017 exam, so this guide will also explain what changes have been made and how they affect your review. The AP Calculus AB exam can sometimes seem overwhelming, but this guide will break it down into clear and manageable information. Let’s get started!

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AP Test Dates 2018: Complete Calendar

Posted by Halle Edwards | Jun 7, 2017 6:00:00 PM

Advanced Placement (AP)

 

Looking for the 2018 AP exam dates? We have the complete 2018 AP test dates, as well as advice for getting through the busy May exam season. Keep reading to stay on top of your 2017-18 schedule and for tips on dealing with the stress of endless AP tests!

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ACT Test Dates 2018-2019

Posted by Justin Berkman | Jun 7, 2017 4:00:00 PM

ACT Logistics

 

At PrepScholar, we constantly review the best data to inform you about future test dates. If you know the future registration dates and test schedule,  you can create your study plan and stay organized, allowing you to lessen your stress and reach your target score.

In this article, I’ll give you the the ACT test dates for 2018-2019 and explain the factors to think about when choosing your test date.

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20 Top Scholarships for High School Seniors

Posted by Francesca Fulciniti | Jun 7, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Financial Aid

Aside from grants and loans, private scholarships are some of the best ways to help fund your college education. There are thousands of scholarships out there for high school seniors, all with different eligibility requirements, deadlines, and award amounts, so it would be worth your time to do your own research.

Senior year is prime crunch time when it comes to your college scholarship search. If you’re just starting the search process and need a little help getting off on the right foot, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve compiled a list of some of the best college scholarships for high school seniors based on availability and award amounts. These scholarships are generally flexible (you’ll be able to use them at any accredited college you choose to attend), and don’t have any geographical restrictions (so you’re eligible to apply no matter where you live in the US).

The list is broken down into lists of scholarship competitions, merit-based scholarships, need-based scholarships, and specialty awards. Check out the end of the post for strategies on getting the most scholarship money possible!

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When do AP Scores Come Out? 2017

Posted by Halle Edwards | Jun 6, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Advanced Placement (AP)

 
Waiting by your computer won't make the scores appear any faster.

The AP Exams are right around the corner, so you’re probably wondering: when do AP scores come out?

Unfortunately, you have to wait a bit longer than you would for SAT or ACT scores. Find out exactly when AP exam scores come out, where to find them, and what you can do in the meantime.

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The Expert's Guide to the AP Biology Exam

Posted by Samantha Lindsay | Jun 5, 2017 7:00:00 PM

Advanced Placement (AP)

If you're taking AP Biology, it's a good idea to familiarize yourself with the exam before you get too far into the course. Preparing ahead of time for the format of the exam and fully understanding which concepts are covered can go a long way towards earning a high score (and potentially getting college credit).

This article will take you through the structure and scoring of the exam, plus give you some tips on the best ways to study for AP Biology!

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PSAT Score Range: Where Do You Rank?

Posted by Hannah Muniz | Jun 5, 2017 12:00:00 PM

PSAT Info and Strategies

Although the PSAT and SAT share many similarities, their score ranges are surprisingly distinct. Unlike the SAT score range, which reaches a maximum of 1600, the PSAT score range only goes up to 1520. But why is this the case? What are the score ranges for each PSAT section? Can you use the PSAT scoring scale to predict your SAT score?

In this article, we’ll introduce the current PSAT scores range and PSAT score distribution. We'll then compare PSAT score ranges with SAT score ranges before concluding our analysis with a list of approximate PSAT score cutoffs for the National Merit Scholarship Program.

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SAT Cost, ACT Cost, and How to Save Money

Posted by Allen Cheng | Jun 5, 2017 12:00:00 AM

SAT versus ACT, SAT Logistics, ACT Logistics

If you're deciding between taking the SAT and the ACT and you have a tight budget, this guide will help. We'll cover the registration costs, reporting costs, and how you can save money no matter what test you choose.

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The Complete List of Community Service Scholarships

Posted by Mary Ann Barge | Jun 4, 2017 9:00:00 PM

Financial Aid

Did you know that your extracurricular activities can earn you money for college?

In particular, there are a lot of scholarships available to students who have chosen to spend their free time helping out others in their communities through volunteer work.

Read on for the most complete lists of volunteer scholarships available. We'll even divide the scholarships by type so you can tell easily if you qualify.

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The Expert's Guide to the AP Psychology Exam

Posted by Samantha Lindsay | Jun 4, 2017 3:00:00 PM

Advanced Placement (AP)

Taking AP Exams can be stressful, but if you know what to expect on test day, you can eliminate a lot of that anxiety. The AP Psychology exam is one of the more popular AP tests, and it has a pretty straightforward format and scoring system. In this article, I'll tell you what's on the AP Psychology test, how it's graded, and which prep methods you should use to get a great score. 

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The Most Selective Colleges, Why, and How to Get In

Posted by Samantha Lindsay | Jun 3, 2017 5:00:00 PM

College Admissions


It's tempting to judge the quality of a school based on its admissions rate. While this is a reasonable way to assess schools in most cases, there are also some special circumstances that may result in extremely low acceptance rates at less academically demanding colleges.

In this article, I'll list the most selective colleges in the United States, tell you why they accept so few of their applicants, and provide some advice on how to apply successfully. 

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