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The Journey through AP Testing

Junior Michael Bargenda just wants to get this out of the way – “There’s nothing I can say to make you magically good at AP tests. You just have to study.”  That studying can be done in a variety of ways, such as by attending review sessions, getting review books, or taking practice tests. Bargenda […]

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Standardized Testing: Yay or Nay?

Standardized testing has been around for several decades, but even now, it’s not perfect. In fact, there’s a lot of people who debate on whether or not it’s really needed and if it’s truly useful. So, the big question is: is it? One of the reasons it still exists today is because it does have […]

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Cheating the System

It’s having a deep-laid plan, or maybe just quickly stealing a glance at the moment or even leaving a bag open with the answers on top. There is always the pressure of getting a good grade, either for the student or for proud parents. And sometimes it seems the only way to cope with that […]

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Why is the PSAT Free?

While there has been a great number of changes to the structure of the school day and different punishments, one change that might be bigger is that the PSAT is now free for all sophomores. This is a big deal for all students. School administrator Mr. Owen Sanford explained that his change was made to […]

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ACT/SAT Study Tips

Need help on the SAT and ACT? Colleges are searching for students with proficient scores and we have the tools to help you succeed! Check out the sites/apps below to see if these work for you, feel free to email feedback and or give sites/apps you know have helped you and want more students to […]