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Changes to the AP Test Schedule 2020

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An empty classroom: Coronavirus closures have altered the AP test schedule 2020

Springtime is synonymous with testing season for millions of high school students. While some students may prep for final exams and others will inevitably tackle the ACT or SAT, over a million also take Advanced Placement (AP) exams each year.

The AP test schedule is always a topic of conversation, but with the coronavirus closing most schools across the country, this is even more true now. It comes as no surprise that the AP test schedule 2020 may be the source of some confusion, but there's no need to worry. We have all the info you need, right here.

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What Is a Perfect SAT Score? How to Plan and Prep for the Test

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Perfect SAT Score: Students take practice tests

It’s normal to have questions and concerns about SAT test scores. After all, this is an important exam that influences your college admissions results and, consequently, your long-term career. Getting a high mark on the SAT is one of many factors that can help make your application more competitive.

So what is a perfect SAT score? And how do you get the highest possible score for you? Read on to find out more about what makes an SAT score good — plus how to prepare for this important exam.

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What Does the ACT Stand For?

What does ACT stand for?

It’s that time of year! As we all know preparing for college entrance exams can be confusing area. Here I hope to introduce you to a rapidly growing standardized test by starting with the definition. For more information on TutorMe, check out our original ACT Preparation Course – the most effective way to study for the test.

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Online ACT Practice Tests

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Online ACT Practice Tests

As we discussed in the ACT Study Tips post, one of the most valuable resources when studying for and preparing for the ACT is taking online ACT practice tests (preferably under the same conditions which you’ll take the actual test). Now, that begs the question… where do you find these tests?

Good question. Luckily, we’re here to help. Below is a comprehensive list of online resources and online ACT practice tests to prepare for the ACT.

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ACT Test Tips

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So, you’ve registered for the ACT. You have your test date, meaning you know which Saturday of the year you’re going to have to waste four hours filling in bubbles with a No. 2 pencil. Here’s the worst thing about the ACT: it’s actually important. So… where to begin? Where do you start in learning how to study for the ACT? What are the best test tips? There are 735,148 results when you type in ACT on Amazon (check, we’re not kidding). There are probably hundreds of local tutoring companies who are offering the “best” service to study you for the test (at an exceptionally high hourly rate). The beginning of this process can feel like a long, winding, road. And it is. We’re not here to lie to you. You’re going to put in hours into studying and taking practice tests. But there’s an effective way to manage these hours, balance all the different options in front of you, and choosing the routes that are best. It’s all about having the right test tips.

The most important thing about the ACT is that it is predictable. If you know how to study for the ACT, you will know exactly what to expect on the test and when to expect it. It is predictable, calculated, and contains little to no surprises. So, with that in mind, let’s discuss how to study for the ACT, and the best test tips.

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