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Jan 16, 2023

4 Action Steps from PSAT Scores

Whether you received your PSAT scores in December or plan to take the PSAT in the future, it’s crucial to understand...

Jan 16, 2023

Tips for Getting ACT Extended Time & Other Accommodations

In July 2021, ACT streamlined the process for students wanting or needing testing accommodations which in our experi...

Jan 16, 2023

Will your Teen's AP Score Earn College Credit?

Individual colleges, not the College Board, set the policies on awarding credit for AP exams. Advanced Placement (AP...

Jan 6, 2023

4 Easy Steps to a College List that Fits Your Student and Family

It's important to have personal insights to be able to build a college list to know where to visit with your student ...

Dec 28, 2022

How a State ACT Differs from National Dates

State ACT testing works a bit different than national Saturday testing, so it’s no wonder families are confused! All ...

Dec 23, 2022

Who Should Take the April ACT

Many students don't consider taking the April ACT especially if they just took a free ACT at their high school as par...

Dec 20, 2022

4 Ways to Grab a College’s Attention

Demonstrated Interest is a term that doesn’t always make it into the college selection dialogue, but it should. With...

Dec 6, 2022

Extracurriculars that Matter Most in College Admissions

When comparing applicants with equal academic profiles for a seat in the freshman class, it’s the extracurriculars on the resume that can give the admitted student the edge. LEAP advises all students, particularly those going for seats in selective colleges or programs, to carefully consider what they chose to pursue outside the classroom then be diligent in crafting their formal resume.  1/3 of colleges actually require or recommend students submit a resume at the time of application.

Dec 5, 2022

Where Are My PSAT Scores & What Do They Mean?

Students tested in October and their scores become available either December 7th or 8th, 2020; release dates vary by state (see map below). You will receive an email from CollegeBoard when your scores are released. School counselors had access to scores the week before.

Nov 28, 2022

ACT or SAT? Determine YOUR Best Fit!

All colleges accept either the ACT or SAT with no preference to either test. On which test should a student focus? ...

Nov 28, 2022

The LEAP Scholarship Program

While we work hard to keep the cost of our premium ACT-SAT prep course affordable for the typical family, we know we are still out of reach for many. Our goal is to have one scholarship student in every group test prep course we run.

Nov 14, 2022

5 Pacing Tips for the ACT Test

It's rare that high school students have to sit for a test that is over three hours, but the ACT is one of those situ...
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