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[Video] Revolution Prep Student Gets Perfect Score on ACT!

Ashlyn got a PERFECT score on her ACT! Hear about her experience with her tutor and the way Revolution Prep helped her improve her score. Want to get started in the preparation process? Sign up for a free ACT practice test.  

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7 Tips for Taking an SAT Subject Test

SAT Subject Tests are strenuous one-hour exams that test a student’s knowledge of a particular subject. Scores from these tests can be used to enhance a college application and are important when applying to the most selective schools. Since the stakes are high, it is important that your child do all she can to fully… Continue reading

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Your Child’s AP Scores Could Be Worth $50,000!

AP Exams are taken each May by students to show their mastery of particular subjects to potential colleges. Doing well on these tests can lead to college credit and merit-based scholarships at certain schools. Students who take AP exams and score well are 62% more likely to graduate from college in four years or less…. Continue reading

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How to Prepare for SAT Subject Tests

SAT Subject Tests are tools that the most competitive colleges use to identify students who stand out in the crowd. These schools receive a TON of applicants each year and have some pretty difficult choices to make about who is in, and who is out. Students who take SAT Subject Tests in areas they can… Continue reading

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Why You Should Take an AP Exam (Even if You Aren’t in AP Classes!)

AP Exams are offered every May and taken by students around the world – some who are not even enrolled in AP classes! Colleges look at these exams favorably on applications and over 90% award credit or advanced placement for those who do well on these tests. If your child is enrolled in honors classes… Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know About AP Exams

Taken in May at schools around the world, AP Exams help students show their mastery of particular subjects to potential colleges. Most of the time, these are taken after completing an AP class but sometimes these classes are not offered at a particular high school. If a student is home-schooled or enrolled at a school… Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Start AP Prep Now

Common sense will tell us that cramming just isn’t smart. If students try to overwhelm themselves with information the night before a big exam, chances are they are much more likely to forget information rather than retain information. While students should prepare wisely for the short-term, the same goes for their long-term goals. Parents and… Continue reading

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What to do about the new Redesigned SAT

Parents of Rising High School Juniors – Did you party too hard before taking the SAT? If the answer is yes, then you are in the seeming majority.  I have had people from HS principals to Congressmen tell me the same story: how they partied the night before and took the SAT cold.  Well folks, like… Continue reading

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The SAT and SAT Subject Tests – How Do I Measure Up?

No matter the grade level in high school, if your child is planning on taking the SAT, one of the first places to start is collegeboard.org. CollegeBoard is the company that administers the SAT, and in order to register for the exam, a visit to their website is necessary. CollegeBoard offers a few free sample SAT questions,… Continue reading

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Think ahead: College Preparation Calendar

High school is a mountain, a huge mountain. And the summit is centered directly over May of your child’s junior year. Many kids suffer the summit because they were not prepared, but it doesn’t have to be that way. As you can see from the college preparation timeline below, there is so much going on… Continue reading

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