Academic Tip of the Month – Testing Updates

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As I am sure you are well aware, there have been some MAJOR shifts in the standardized testing world from moving AP tests to at-home exams to SAT and ACT cancellations. It seems that new updates and changes are released every week and one of the best resources we have found is ArborBridge’s Blog. Some of their most up to date articles can provide answers to many of the most frequent questions:

  1. June SAT and Subject Tests Cancelled: What to do now?

  2. ACT Summer & Fall 2020 Testing Changes: What you should do now?

  3. International students: COVID-19 Impacts on Testing and Admissions

For more in-depth info for the Class of 2021, check out Arbor Bridge’s blog here.

For an up to date list on colleges and universities moving to “test optional” for the Class of 2021, click here.


“It was very convenient to work in an online environment because lessons could be arranged individually. Sofya liked the lesson styles themselves—it was very helpful and she could concentrate on every little nuance which might come up in the exam. The online model was great—I think it works really and the screen-sharing function with annotation is helpful as well.” – Tatiana, mother of Sofya Russia, SAT (+280)


Reach out to Erica@ArborBridge.com today to get set up with a free diagnostic test and practice lesson.


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