Tag Archives: Testing Tips

New Fall ACT Dates Added

For all of you seniors who were worried you might not get many more shots at the ACT, you can put those fears to rest. The ACT has announced it will be offering multiple additional dates this fall (September and October). September will have three testing dates (September 12, 13, and 19), and October will […]

UC Schools to Overhaul ACT/SAT Submissions

The University of California just voted to make major changes to their college admissions process. For the next two incoming classes (2021 and 2022), ACTs and SATs will not be required for admission’s consideration. UC joins a growing number of schools that have announced standardized tests will be optional for at least the next couple […]

“I’m Back” – ACT

Ever since COVID-19 reshaped life as we know it, high schoolers all over the world have been wondering about the future of ACT and SAT tests. College Board canceled the SAT test that was scheduled for June 6th, but after recent announcements by the ACT, it looks like the ACT test scheduled for June 13th […]

The Single Biggest Difference Between the ACT & SAT

While the new SAT and the ACT now have much more in common than they ever did in the past, it’s essential to understand their differences if you want to choose the right test for your skill set. By far the biggest difference between the two tests is math. The SAT has twice as much […]

One Simple Strategy to Improve ACT English

At Testing Timers, we’ve talked to thousands of students, and the ACT section that seems to be the most universally frustrating is the English section. Students might read every day in school, but choosing between a semicolon and a comma is not typically a part of anyone’s daily routine, so even the most advanced readers […]

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