Class of 2021: What To Do Next

The class of 2021 is in the midst of a testing season like no other. The past few months have been a rollercoaster of test cancellations and changes, and you may be wondering what's next. Even though this is uncharted territory, there are steps you can take to put yourself in the best possible position for the summer and fall SAT, ACT, and Subject Test administrations.

The instruction team at ArborBridge has prepared a one-page guide to help you make the most of your summer and fall testing opportunities. Our class of 2021 guide will take you through the essentials:

  • which test dates have been cancelled
  • which test dates are still available
  • the best dates to register for
  • how to prep for summer and fall SAT, ACT, and Subject Test administrations

Download our class of 2021 guide to map out your testing timeline and study as effectively as possible. The steps outlined in this guide will help you maximize your time in the weeks leading up to the summer and fall SAT, ACT, and Subject Tests. You'll find out which tests to take and how to prep for them.

Download the Guide for U.S. StudentsDownload the Guide for International Students

Need more individualized advice?

If you have specific questions or want a personalized plan, reach out to our experts here. We’re happy to help in any way we can.

And check out our full library of coronavirus-related resources on testing, admissions, and online learning here.


About ArborBridge

ArborBridge is the global leader in innovative, digital, one-on-one tutoring. With nearly a decade of experience teaching students online, ArborBridge supports students of all kinds: home schoolers, AP students, test preppers, and more. Our tutors specialize in creating personalized plans and in providing compassionate support for students and families.

Erin Ohsie-Frauenhofer

About Erin Ohsie-Frauenhofer

As one of the highest-performing tutors in ArborBridge’s history, Erin coaches tutors and develops tools and trainings to disrupt old habits and empower new strengths. With a Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University, Erin worked as a classroom teacher and student services director prior to joining ArborBridge in 2017. Her decade of success as an educator has prepared her to ensure that programs are tailored to individual students’ needs.

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