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Last Updated: March 16, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. Will Coronavirus (COVID-19) affect SAT® and ACT® test dates? In response to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the College Board® has canceled its May 2nd and June 6th tests and the makeup date for the March 14th test (which was scheduled for March 28). As soon […]


Selecting the optimal testing plan doesn’t have to be accidental. In fact, it shouldn’t be. Many considerations contribute to choosing the right test dates—school activities, vacations, preparation level, and more. In your student’s second semester of 11th grade, testing should be a priority, yet with seven national test dates falling from February to July, it […]


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 […]


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. […]


When you received your child’s PSAT/NMSQT® test scores, you may not have had much of an idea what you were looking at. Beyond knowing what all those numbers indicate, you also want to know how they correspond to your family’s next steps. You may not be sure whether you should be rejoicing or consoling, visiting […]


Namita scored a 240 on her PSAT/NMSQT ® test in 2014. That’s right, this amazing girl made a perfect score on her PSAT/NMSQT ® test and a 2390 on her SAT ® test as well! Quite naturally, one of the first questions going through your mind is “How did she do it?” Namita was kind […]


Sweaty palms, shortness of breath, a racing heartbeat, and even nervous laughter. The same symptoms one might feel before riding a rollercoaster or going on a first date are the same feelings one might have when taking an important test. You might be reading this and think, “Yep, that’s me, all right!” It may be […]


On her 11th Grade ACT ® test, she received a 32. On her 11th grade PSAT/NMSQT ® test, she received a 224 and became a National Merit ® Finalist. On her 11th Grade SAT ® test, she boasted a 2230. Who is this superstar? KD College Prep’s very own, Dhara! Far from boasting about her […]


Chandler is a fun loving girl who enjoys spending time with her friends and throwing baking parties. When she is not throwing a party or hanging out with her church youth group, you can find her spending her time with her PAL throughout the week. She might even be taking in a workshop or doing […]