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How to Study for the SAT in 3 Months

Three months is a great amount of time to prep for the SAT. You can spread out your studying and you’ll have ample time to master the concepts tested on the SAT.  It can be difficult to know where to start your SAT prep. The key is finding the right resources, staying organized, and sticking […]

How to Study for the SAT in 1 Month

Studying for the SAT in a month is possible, though it’s recommended that you spend 10 to 20 hours per week over the course of two or three months prepping for the SAT. But if you only have 30 days, here’s how you can get it done. [ RELATED: SAT 3-Month Study Plan ] Before you actually […]

College Board Going with Completely Digital SAT

College Board has announced that it will transition to a digital format of the SAT in the upcoming years for both international and U.S. students. The new digital SAT brings student-friendly changes to the exam, making it less daunting and more approachable. So, what does this mean for you? What is changing on the digital […]

NCLEX-RN® Question Types

The NCLEX-RN® is composed of primarily multiple-choice, four-option, text-based questions written at the application/analysis level of difficulty. These questions may include charts, tables, or graphic images. There are three components of an NCLEX-RN® exam multiple-choice question. They are as follows: The stem of the question. The stem includes the situation that describes the client, his […]

AP U.S. History Multiple-Choice Practice Questions

Part A of Section I on the AP U.S. History (APUSH) exam consists of multiple-choice question sets that typically contain three or four questions and can focus on any historical period. A primary or secondary source is provided for each question set, which could be a passage, image, graph, or map. Multiple-choice questions on the […]

All About The New Next Gen NCLEX

In late-August 2019, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) announced that the NCLEX will be undergoing format changes and test updates. The Next Generation NCLEX—as it’s being called—will be released in 2023. Here’s what you need to know. [ FREE RESOURCES: Next Gen NCLEX® (NGN) for Nursing Educators ] As of April 1st, […]

NCLEX Pass Rates: What You Need to Know

Here we break down all information you need to know regarding passing the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) and NCLEX pass rates. According to the NCSBN, the national first time NCLEX-RN pass rate for US educated nurses in 2020 was 86.5% and the PN pass rate for the same period of time was 83%. The […]

6 Tips for Last-Minute LSAT Prep

Whether you have already signed up for the LSAT, or just made the decision to apply for law school, you’ve got a lot of prep to do if you’re going to take the LSAT in the near future. Here are six last-minute LSAT prep tips for you to make the most of your time between […]

Ultimate Guide to College Application Essays

Test scores, grades, and AP classes are all important data points, but they don’t allow the real “you” to come through in the college admissions process. This is why essays are so important—they represent the best opportunity to share your voice in your application. In fact, essays are thought to be the third most important […]

NCLEX Test Dates: When can I take the NCLEX?

When will you take the NCLEX-RN® exam? The earliest date on which you can take the NCLEX-RN® exam varies depending on your state, but the majority of students test approximately 45 days after the date of their graduation. [ RELATED: How to Register for the NCLEX-RN® ] when you submit the applications and fees the length […]