Meet Lauren Gaggioli, expert tutor and founder of Higher Scores Test Prep. We’ve invited her back today to help figure out if seniors need to test again on the SAT. This is a huge investment that ripples across the future of a future college student. Is your senior the one that needs to take the test again?
Lauren sits for these standardized tests all the time to stay current on how the questions and formats are changing. She is also able to customize her prep plans with her insider knowledge. Lucky for us, she just came out of taking the newest SAT version! Her analysis breaks down some of the changes and how that impacts if a senior should take the test again.
She also has some great advice for families to get the most out of your motivated (or sometimes not) student. Listen up parents; Lauren has some really important tips just for you! You CAN help your child successfully get past this major hurdle with a smile on their face. If you have your sights set on a certain school or if you want the most scholarship money you can possibly have, you’ve got to hear what Lauren has to say.
Special thanks to Lauren Gaggioli for chatting with us again!
Questions Answered Today:
- How can parents help with standardized testing?
- When do I take the SAT?
- When do I take the ACT?
- Should we test again as a senior?
- What’s the best way to prepare for the SAT?
- How has the SAT changed?
- How involved should students be with these decisions?
Want more? Download HERE for questions to consider when thinking about testing again.
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