It’s January and that means question and project summaries are likely due for your Extended Essays. Whether you take A-Levels or working towards an IB
Read our blog full of handy tips regarding the US university landscape and application process.
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If you applied Early Action, Restrictive Early Action, or Early Decision 1, then you can expect to hear from schools beginning in the middle of
A-List advisors have selected a sampling of test-optional schools so you can see the range of options you might have if you decided it is in your best interest to pursue this type of application.
The December SAT and ACT are both in approximately one month. While previous blogs have focused on what to do for this final month of preparation, we are going to skip ahead and tell you what you need to plan for that final week before test day.
To avoid the pressure pushing down on you as you prepare for the ACT, our A-List Academic Team have put together our top time-saving techniques
As summer holidays wind down, it is the ideal time to get start prepping for either the SAT or ACT. This may not sound appealing
As the term gears begin to roll and swiftly gather momentum with preparation for exams, EPQs as well as the SAT, academic planning and organisation
A-List UK appreciates that the cost of US unis is often shocking for international students! Seeking out scholarship and funding is often a necessary part
Many students are already familiar with the US Personal Statement. This is the 650-word essay submitted to the Common Application that every school reads. The
Success on SAT Maths is critical to earning good SAT scores. Starting to prepare for the SATs after your GCSEs is an excellent idea for two reasons: 1.
Good SAT scores require a strong SAT Reading score. Covering fictional, social science, historical, and scientific texts, the SAT Reading section necessitates a developed critical
International students are interested in the attending US universities because they offer an excellent education with unparalleled student resources. In the top 100 universities in
There are just under two months before the September 2021 ACT, which means this is the time to ramp up your ACT preparation in earnest!
At A-List UK, we believe students thrive in educational communities that share their values! Important lessons are often learned outside of the classroom. Universities in
For good SAT scores and good ACT scores, you want to harness your learning style. Both SAT and ACT exam board offer accommodations for students
In five days and 27.5 hours of instruction, A-List UK SAT Bootcamp provides comprehensive content, key exam techniques, and personalised strategies. Here are our top
Both the ACT and the SAT push students’ resilience and mental sharpness to the limit due to their time constraints. A-List’s expert tutors provide tips for working under pressure. 1.
As students plan their summer activities, many ask advisors if they should do academic courses. Both universities, private organisations, and governmental initiatives offer summer enrichment
When international students think about applying to selective universities in the US, they often think about having to prep for the SAT or ACT. Top
As the 2020-2021 US university admissions cycle comes to a close, A-List is sifting through the data to provide great advice for the next round.
There are over 4,500 universities in the US offering undergraduate degrees compared to the 130 schools in the UK. The sheer size of the US
Students applying to selective US unis will need recommendations that are different than the standard UCAS letter! Students will need a counsellor letter, often written
The Non-Calculator section contains twenty questions to answer in twenty-five minutes. This section covers algebra and graphing including: linear equations, systems, functions and inequalities; interpreting
Though there are many differences between the US admissions process and other international higher education systems, all systems make your academic achievement the most significant
The entire SAT Verbal section challenges students. However, students often find the Expression of Ideas section the most difficult. Unlike the Conventions of Usage, Sentence Structure, and Punctuation questions, which cover grammatical rules and have 3 distinct incorrect answer choices, Expression of Ideas answers are often allgrammatically correct.