To Write or Not to Write: Taking the Essay Portion of the SAT® or ACT® Test

When you’re gearing up to take the SAT®test or the ACT® test, you’ll be faced with the dilemma of whether to sit for the essay portion of the test. On both tests, the essay is optional at registration, but it may be smart to take it. Read on to find out whether or not you

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Need targeted tutoring to reach your goals? We’ve got you covered!

Education shouldn’t be “one size fits all.” Classrooms can be wonderful learning environments, and most students complete the bulk of their education there with no issues, but in some situations, one-on-one instruction may be more beneficial. Some students learn better in a distraction-free space or with a certain kind of conceptual presentation, and a student

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Advanced Start Program: Building a Foundation for High School & College

One of the best gifts an academically gifted student can receive is the chance to fulfill his or her full intellectual potential. The material covered in high-level standardized tests is typically introduced in high school, but if a middle-school student demonstrates readiness, there’s no reason to wait. In fact, getting a head start on these

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9th-12th Grade Complete Program: Be ready for the upcoming year!

Tackling the trials and triumphs of high school, including preparing for college and the real world that comes after, is easier to handle when students know they have support. KD College Prep’s Complete Program consists of a multitude of lessons, seminars, and workshops designed to ensure that each and every student is prepared for the

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Test Prep Options – Choosing the Right Approach to Test Prep

There are different ways you can prep for your standardized tests. You can take a live-instruction course, online course, private tutoring, or self-study. Listed below are more details on different prep options. Live–Instruction Prep Courses/Classes There are a plethora of SAT® and ACT® prep live-instruction classes. Students can take these type of courses at school

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Prep for the SAT® Test: Improve your chances of getting a great score!

High school students and their parents may feel the pressure to perform well on the SAT® exam. However, beyond understanding that good SAT® scores can and do make a difference when it comes to gaining admission to colleges, parents and students alike don’t necessarily have a full appreciation for why this exam matters. Besides, what

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We show students how to apply themselves academically!

What is the best way to study? Anyone who has experienced the after effects of cramming, or has learned the difference between memorizing and comprehending subject matter, knows that poor grades aren’t necessarily due to a lack of effort. However, study habits have to be acquired before they can be nurtured. At KD College Prep,

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Choosing a Test Prep Program: Improved Test Scores & Expanded College Opportunities

High school students live in anticipation of standardized assessments such as the PSAT/NMSQT®, SAT®, and ACT® tests. Although test scores are not the only factor college admissions committees take into consideration, they can definitely help secure acceptance. Moreover, many scholarships and awards are based on college admissions test scores. Better test scores don’t guarantee college

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College Preparatory Curriculum – We’ve Served Over 60,000 Students

What qualifies as good performance on college admissions tests is changing. More teens than ever are applying to college, and that means more students are taking college admissions tests. Increased competition leads many students to look for ways to reach their full potential on these critical tests. Luckily, your young scholar has many excellent test-preparation

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ACT® vs. SAT® Test: Which One Is Right for Your Student?

Should your student take the ACT® test or the SAT® test? The answer may be “both.” Slight differences in the tests – and they might not be what you think – may allow your child to leverage his or her strengths, take both and use the highest score to make an impression in college admissions.

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