Standardized Testing Assistance for High School Students
Academic scholarships may still be available for those who qualify, often regardless of financial need. However if you are hoping for some academic scholarship funding, your student may need to be prepared to take the SAT/ACT early in their Junior year and take it multiple times in the fall of their Senior year if they want to improve their scores and their chances for greater opportunity.
Those who consider themselves “terrible test-takers” might cringe at this, but there is hope. “Test anxiety” can often be overcome simply by being adequately prepared for the test. Students can improve their standardized test scores a number of ways. It takes time and it takes help, but it can be done. There are multiple sources of assistance in the form of books, study guides and professional tutors who can help you increase your scores in each category. Guidance Wealth also offers resources for such test prep education for our clients.
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