Tag: sat subject tests

My standardized test scores are lower than my school choices require; can I still apply?

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Talk to an admission representative at the school and ask that question. If you have extenuating circumstances, such as a learning disability or illness that contributes to your low test scores, the colleges might take that into consideration. read more

Differentiate Yourself with SAT Subject Tests

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Director of Business Development, Triumph College Admissions (TCA)

The SAT Subject Tests are a perfect way to help differentiate yourself. Differentiate means to recognize what makes someone or something different. Companies focus on differentiating their products from other products so that they'll stand out as a good purchase. They do this because they're competing with other companies who have similar products. You need to consider the college admission process as a similar type of competition. You're competing against other students. Anything that helps you differentiate yourself from those students is something worth your time and effort. read more

Understanding Standardized Tests

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The standardized tests that most universities and colleges require may seem like the most daunting part of the application process. But if you view the tests as obstacles to be overcome or barriers to admission, your performance may reflect your perception. read more

Should I take SAT Subject Tests?

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In some cases you'll be required by a college's admission process to take specific SAT Subject Tests. Here are other reasons to take the Subject Tests. read more