The ACT is the most popular test nationally and internationally. All colleges accept the ACT. Not all colleges are accepting the new SAT next fall due to the fact that the new SAT (debuted in March of 2016) was made a lot easier and aligned with Common Core. Make sure you protect your student.

As of today, Illinois will not be able to offer a "free" SAT or ACT during the spring of 2018 due to a lack of funds and the elimination of Common Core which required states to use a test to measure schools.

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This section includes videos, article links, Jason’s blog entries, and more. It is updated on a weekly basis throughout the year, and contains updated tips, strategies, and valuable information for parents and students that cover a variety of topics such as…

  • Things students can do to become a better test performer
  • How parents can help students become better test performers
  • Helping parents understand the ACT and how to help students through the process
  • Updated articles providing insight on the college selection process
  • Things grade school and middle school students SHOULD be doing to prepare for college
  • Motivational stories for students and parents

The ACT is an important piece of the bigger college puzzle. Follow me as I share information and tips on the ACT, college, and scholarships.

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Parent Q&A: Using a watch for the ACT
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