Both sophomores and juniors alike are eligible to take the PSAT, and sophomore year is an excellent time for students to begin their exposure to standardized testing, in order to best understand any potential strengths and weaknesses.
Irrespective of whether you’re ranked at the top of your class, or knocked your college or grad school entrance exams out of the park, the thought of speaking to an audience is daunting to most people.
Although many students don’t begin to focus on learning styles until college, Vogel Prep encourages our students to learn as much as they can about their own learning style, as early as possible.
While there’s obvious merit to using the summer break for some much deserved rest and relaxation, it’s also important that students stay sharp for the upcoming school year.
With the college admissions process becoming ever more competitive, students frankly can’t afford to forget what they’ve learned during the previous year.
In an era where students’ scores on the SAT’s writing section are steadily declining, it can make a world of difference if your superior writing skills stand out from the pack.
As students ascend the ranks, reading comprehension becomes essential to developing reasoning, problem solving skills, and a holistic understanding of virtually all disciplines.
While the SAT exam has long been the most popular of college admissions tests, the ACT continues to grow in popularity and standing, nearly outpacing the former standard-bearer.