Sponsored Links What is PSAT: The Preliminary SAT®/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test is a co-sponsored program by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). When should you take PSAT: You should take the test at your junior year. It is better to take at your sophomore first to get some practice and see [...]
It is the time to apply for colleges for next year. For many students and families, this is their first time and it is hard to find the inside information. Here is an attempt to collect all the information at one place: including all the major links. Related posts: National Merit Scholarship Program AP, Advanced [...]
Best post on Education: How to apply for colleges: complete resources National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition for high school students who are US citizens or permanent residents and are going to college not later than Sept after graduation. In order to qualify for National Merit Scholarship program, the student must [...]
No country like the United States has so many choices in terms of colleges. Some are the very best in the world, such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford.
AP tests or Advanced placement tests are tests of 37 college level courses and exams across 22 subject areas. The Calendar and fees are here. AP tests are two to three hours tests with both multiple choice and essay questions. The tests are graded on a 1 to 5 scale. A grade 3 or better [...]