Whether or not they are ‘really’ necessary is up to you and your college application goals! There are two main circumstances in which you should complete the SAT subject tests…
How can you tell a college everything about yourself in a single essay?
Want to get your dream score but don’t want the too many exams on your record? Here’s how to balance the pros and cons of taking — and retaking, and retaking — the SAT or ACT.
Aside from your personal statement and college-specific supplements, teacher and counselor recommendations are the most significant pieces of writing in your college app. This adds a sense of importance in picking the 'right' teachers to write your recommendations. Here's how to choose the teacher that will set you apart from the rest.
Starting your college search and don’t know where to start? We recommend starting with size. Colleges are typically broken up into three different sizes: small, medium, and large…
Starting to tour colleges, but not sure how to make the most out of your college visits? Look no further! S.A.T. tutors have your back. Here are some questions to get you started and deepen your understanding of the colleges you visit.
Want to get ahead of the curve and be well-prepared to tackle the college process? Here are five things to do your junior year of high school that will set you ahead and on the right path.
Having trouble choosing which standardized test to take? Hopefully our insight will make the decision a little easier!
I'm Elizabeth Donoway, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Physics. I'm from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where I spent my final year of high school tutoring students for the SAT and ACT, as well as helping prepare their applications for college…
Welcome to Student Agencies Tutoring (S.A.T.)! The management team at S.A.T. has created this blog to share with you helpful advice that we have acquired from our own recent college application experiences. You can’t find this information anywhere else, and what you’re about to read changed the game for their college applications and led to a successful college process!