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How to Improve Your Students' Writing Using the ACT Essay Rubric

By Nadyja Von Ebers on October 30, 2017
Topics:  ACT, Writing

Because the ACT Writing test is optional, some teachers opt out of preparing students for it. However, many colleges do require the writing test, so you should work it into your curriculum if...

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No Photo ID? Helping Students with the ACT Photo Requirement

By Molly Kiefer on October 25, 2017
Topics:  ACT, Test Day
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ACT or SAT: A complete guide to helping your students decide

By Kristin Fracchia on July 27, 2017
Topics:  ACT, SAT, Counseling

SAT or ACT? Whether you live in a state that requires all students to take the ACT or SAT, or one that leaves it up to students, you'll likely encounter the question "Which test should I take?"

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Share with your students! The complete ACT study guide

By Rachel Kapelke-Dale on June 26, 2017
Topics:  ACT, Test Prep

Studying for a standardized test can be like navigating the Amazon River by yourself. It’s possible to do it on your own—but at some point, you’re probably really going to wish that you had a...

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Is your class study-friendly? The right classroom layout for students

By Haley Woods on May 15, 2017
Topics:  Classroom, Teachers

Chances are, your classroom layout looks pretty different than the one you experienced as a student. Over the past few decades, the set-up of classrooms has changed, emphasizing a focus on...

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5 reasons summer vacation studying is good for students and schools

By Haley Woods on April 20, 2017
Topics:  ACT, Test Prep, SAT, Teachers, Holidays

Summer break is the perfect time to help students prepare for the fall ACT. The September test date is a great make-up date for seniors who may have been unprepared for the spring test, or juniors...

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3 Classroom Strategies to Reduce Student Test Anxiety

By Haley Woods on April 20, 2017
Topics:  Schools, Activities, test anxiety, Teachers

As a teacher, you know that end of year tests are responsible for some of the greatest stress for both students and yourself. No matter how much you’ve prepared students with new material and...

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