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What is the SAT?

The SAT Reasoning Test (more familiarly known as the SAT, and originally called the “Scholastic Aptitude Test”) is a standardized test for college admissions that is developed by… 255 more words

College Board

Standardized Testing

Standardized testing remains an extremely controversial topic amongst educationalists, with supporters and opponents of standardized tests such as SAT sharply divided. A recent Slate article by psychologists  194 more words


The 5 Big SAT Changes You Need to Know

High school freshmen and sophomores will take a new version of the SAT in 2016. Here’s a run-down of what they can expect and how to prepare. 327 more words


Sponsor, Agent, Target (SAT) - A Systems Approach to Everyday Work Life

This post, co-authored by Gil and Chris Crosby, is based on founder and father Robert P. Crosby’s adaptation of Daryl R. Conner’s change model.

In today’s organization, most people work with and depend on individuals outside of their immediate work group. 1,314 more words

Gil Crosby

He Sat Down

This presentation from Wretched TV, as in “Amazing grace! how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me!” gives the eternal significance of Hebrews 1:3, “ 19 more words

The Top Five Stories You Should Read Today (April 17, 2014)

Preparation to leave college can be just as important as preparation for college.


How To: Strong College Admission Application (Part 1)

April 17, 2014

By Rob Welborn, SC Test Prep

As a former admission counselor and in my current work at SC Test Prep, I have repeatedly noticed the disconnect between admission offices and families regarding what actually happens during the evaluation process. 504 more words