Normally, students don't start test prep until the fall/winter of junior year. But this year will be different for the class of 2022. Many summer commitments have been cancelled, and many students likely have more free time right now. Furthermore, although a number of colleges have announced they'll be test optional for the class of 2021, most plan to return to their previous testing policies for the class of 2022.
With all of this in mind, our advice is to cross off a few test-prep tasks this summer and start planning for the SAT, ACT, and Subject Tests.
The instruction team at ArborBridge has prepared a one-page guide to help you do that. Our class of 2022 guide will take you through the essentials:
- which test dates have been cancelled
- which test dates are still available
- an easy-to-follow list of steps you can take to get a head start this summer
Download our class of 2022 guide to get started. The steps outlined in this guide will help you maximize your time over summer break.
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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.
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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.