SSAT – Upper Level

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The Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) is a standardized test used by private middle and high schools worldwide. Student applicants in grades eight and above use the Upper-Level exam for admission to grades nine through post-graduate. The SSAT assesses your acquired knowledge (through education and life experience), measuring your verbal, quantitative, and reading skills. Emphasis … Read more

SAT Test

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The SAT is designed to gauge what you have learned in high school, as well as if you have the skills and knowledge you will need to do well in college. Special accommodations are available for students who have a condition that requires them. Make this request in writing well before the date of the … Read more


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If you really want to get a head start on your college or career readiness, you will want to take at least one of these. Any student in grades 8-11 can take at least one of these to help prepare them for the SAT or to better understand what they may need to focus on … Read more

DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST)

DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) is available to help individuals receive college credits. Unlike Advanced Placement (AP) examinations that typically offer college credit to incoming freshmen for lower division courses, DSSTs are usually taken by nontraditional students and can be used for upper or lower division courses, depending on the test. Sometimes an individual can … Read more


The City University of New York, or CUNY, has developed its own test for students planning to attend their university. It’s called the CUNY Skills Assessment Program. Students can demonstrate that they’re capable of doing college level work at CUNY by achieving threshold scores on either the ACT, the SAT, or the NY Regents Exam. … Read more


The College Board administers the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) to give students an opportunity to demonstrate undergraduate-level understanding of core subjects. Most of the universities and colleges in the United States will reward qualifying scores on the CLEP exams with college credit. There are 34 examinations in the current battery, running the gamut from Psychology … Read more

ACT Exam

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This overview includes information to help you prepare for your ACT Test. You’ll find registration details, plus a preview of the types of information that will be covered during the exam itself, long with things you can expect during the day of the exam. Exam Background and Purpose The ACT Test is the exam that … Read more


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Combined with aspects such as GPA, the ACCUPLACER is designed to evaluate a student’s readiness for education beyond high school. If you require special accommodations when taking these tests, be sure to contact the school to inquire about your options, as well as how to go about requesting these arrangements. Top Study Guides: Mometrix TestPrepbooks … Read more

THEA Practice Test Review

Before enrolling at a public college or university in the state of Texas, all prospective students must demonstrate that they’ve capable of doing college level work. They can do this by achieving a certain score on the SAT or ACT, or by taking one of several tests that Texas education officials have designated for this … Read more


Many selective private schools in America require prospective students to take the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE). It’s a test designed to do two things-measure a student’s ability to learn, and to see how much knowledge they’ve acquired already. It’s a three hour test, and it may only be taken once every six months. The … Read more