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Jan 19, 2021

Breaking SAT News

Let's keep it simple to quickly release the big news! We aren't at all surprised by any of these announcements of changes to the SAT.  

Jan 12, 2021

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 ...

Jan 4, 2021

Who should take the February 6 National ACT?

The first ACT of the calendar year is always in February. In 2021, the test date is February 6 with a registration de...

Dec 22, 2020

Making the Most of Winter Break

While sleeping in, video games and Netflix may be calling over the Winter Break, there is still plenty of time for college-bound students to do something productive toward their college goals.

Dec 1, 2020

How to Save Money on Taking the ACT & SAT

One survey by Finder calculated the average college bound journey to cost $4,688. Taking an official ACT or SAT for a “trial run” to "see how you test" before embarking on test prep and serious testing is a costly mistake.

Oct 21, 2020

How ACT and SAT "Perfect Practice" Works

You’ve heard the adage, Practice Makes Perfect. At LEAP, we confidently know that practice for ACT or SAT testing is ...

Sep 10, 2020

LEAP Lens Data Drives Results

The LEAP Lens report is a detailed report with cumulative data on student strengths, weaknesses, and targeted opportunities for improvement for ACT and SAT testing. Watch our introduction to the power of the Lens. 

Aug 3, 2020

Questions to Ask When Choosing Test Prep

Discerning the best-fit test prep program for your child can feel like just another daunting task in the college-bound journey. There is no one size that fits all. To help guide families through making an educated decision, LEAP has formulated crucial questions to ask along with how we answer those questions.

May 29, 2020

Application Roadmap: How to Beat the Deadlines

Follow LEAP’s step-by-step plan for stress-free, no parent nagging, college application completion. -Get clarity on where to apply when you can’t visit colleges. -How to tackle the hardest part first…the essay. PLUS the *new* essay on COVID impact. -Learn which parts can (and should) be done prior to August 1st. -Determine which schools you can save money on application and ACT/SAT reporting fees.

May 12, 2020

Increase Grammar & Writing Skills

One of my favorite birthday cards was from my sister, Lora. A picture of two possible sisters on the front. MY sister asking me, “Where’s your birthday party at?” I reply, “Don’t end a sentence with a preposition.” I won’t spoil the slightly inappropriate inside lines, but it had me laughing.

Apr 8, 2020

What is Test Optional & Should You Submit Test Scores

Test optional has been around for a very long time, but is getting renewed attention in the wake of COVID-19 as some colleges have indicated a move to Test Optional for the class of 2021.  What is test optional? Test optional means allowing students to apply to a college with or without ACT/SAT scores; it’s left up to the student.

Mar 11, 2020

What to do when colleges cancel your visit due to Coronavirus

Is Coronavirus sabotaging your plans for spring break college visits? Don’t despair! Here are action tips on how to navigate the college selection and be application ready with this extra free time you’ve suddenly found.
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