The College Board is committed to making the SAT test accessible to all students through their SAT Accommodations policies. If a student has a documented disability, they may be eligible for accommodations during test-taking sessions. Follow the steps below to receive accommodations: 1) Apply to the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities. Most students [...]
The Preliminary SAT or PSAT is a test similar to the SAT that gives prospective applicants to US universities practical experience in applying critical reading, mathematical reasoning and writing skills on standardized tests. Typically taken by Grade 10 and 11 students, the test runs for 2 hours and 10 minutes and is broken down into [...]
What are the SAT Subject Tests? The SAT Subject Tests (or SAT IIs) are standardized tests that supplement the SAT Reasoning Test (or SAT I). These tests are used by some selective US universities and colleges to assist them in their admissions decisions. They may also be used to help place students in classes at [...]
The moment of truth has arrived: if you took the SAT on May 24, you can access your scores online. But what do all those numbers mean? Summary of Results: Each of the three sections – Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing – receives a score between 200 – 800. These numbers tell university admissions staff how [...]
Your preparation for the SAT exam has taken months of practice-test writing, intensive workshops on how to crack the 800 score in each of three main sections, and reviewing key tips on how to approach the test questions effectively in a timely manner. Now, there is one more step to take in order to be [...]
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SAT/ACT prep at Options Solutions is geared towards the May and June exam dates. The prep at Options Solutions is focused on two areas: test taking skills and curriculum development. The first area focuses on understanding the exam in order to gain tools and strategies to “beat” it. This arena also focuses on developing test taking strategies and critical thinking skills. The second focus is on learning the content that is assessed on each exam; such as math concepts, grammar rules, and vocabulary.