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  • Recall for a moment, if you will, a trope of the cheesy romantic comedy. Have I…uh…seen you here before? Replace the sheepish questioner with this spring’s ACT test takers and swap the eye-rolling recipient with the April ACT, and you’ve got yourself a standardized test prep smash hit. By the way, the answer is “yes.” I’ll take two tickets, please.

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  • Madison, WI, February 2018 For the better part of the last decade, the annual Wisconsin School Counselor Association (WSCA) conference in Madison, Wisconsin, has held a special place in Method Test Prep’s (MTP’s) collective heart. 

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  • At Method Test Prep, we frequently analyze newly released ACTs to learn as much as we can about the ongoing development of the exam. Though the ACT does announce when major changes to the test are forthcoming, it introduces smaller but significant changes under the radar; to ensure we're providing our students the highest level of preparation, we comb the exams for new question types and shifts...

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  • Method Test Prep is proud that over 1,000 schools, community organizations and independent counselors worldwide use our online program to help students prepare for the ACT and SAT. One thing that sets Method Test Prep apart from other companies is the continual revision process of our software: we are always making updates and changes to best reflect trends in standardized testing and to meet the ...

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  • As we ease into 2018, the time for midterms is fast approaching. For many students, midterms represent the first major cumulative exams of the school year, and can thus pose a much greater challenge than the regular tests and quizzes that punctuate the academic calendar. To increase their likelihood of success on these exams, students must prepare for midterms in a different way. Here are a few...

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  • For most students, the first month of school is spent devising schedules and familiarizing with teachers and subjects. That is, until the first exam. Once you've undertaken the first test or quiz for each subject, you can judge how difficult the material is. If you didn't perform to your standard in a class, now is the time to consider your study habits.

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  • Though we’re well into the 21st century, online learning is uncharted territory for many students. There are several reasons for the relatively slow adoption of live web-based classes, but most of them are rooted in the following two concerns. It’s not as effective as in-person learning (e.g., in the classroom or at a table with a private tutor). The lack of physical proximity to...

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  • In mid-October, thousands of sophomores and juniors across the country will take the PSAT. For most students, the PSAT is their first dive into college admissions standardized testing. And while PSAT scores themselves won’t be consequential for the majority of test takers, this does not mean that the PSAT is pointless. In fact, some practical, focused preparation for the PSAT can help ...

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  • The school year is underway, and by now, most students have probably taken their first quizzes and tests. For those who didn’t perform well on these evaluations, it’s a trying time. Most students want to get started off on the right foot, so a poor grade right out of the gates can be concerning. Sometimes, it’s indicative of some brain rustiness that has accumulated over the summer; ot...

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  • Imagine you buy your friend a shiny new laptop. This machine really is fantastic: it's got many new features ideal for productivity, and you got a great deal on it to boot. Now imagine you take the laptop and bury it in the most inconspicuous place possible within your friend's home––maybe at the back of a broom closet or beneath a pile of papers in a desk junk drawer. Six months later...

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