Preparing to Take the SAT – Part 3

With so many SAT resources online, it’s easy to spend far too much time perusing them all. Helen Donohoe has spent years helping top athletes secure admissions to top universities. Her expertise will not one save you time, but help you do your best on your upcoming SAT. Read more to learn her proven method for success.

Wayne Elderton: Reflections Inspired by Covid-19

There are a load of challenges and threats produced by this pandemic. The constant reports of outbreaks, economic misery and death tolls makes it justifiable to complain. However, there is another side to this that I prefer to focus on. For many of us, we have been oblivious to the treadmill of busyness and activity we have been on. We are often not aware of the hamster wheel we are on until situations like COVID-19 causes us to pause and reflect. Join us for live webinar, June 4th at 2:00PM EST.

Patricia Hy-Boulais: Jumpstart To An Elite Mindset Webinar Series

The coronavirus pandemic has changed our way of living and thoughts in more ways than one. The effect can either send you to misery or you can fight back and prevail. Your life will never return to its normalcy but you can prepare to be a better version of yourself. Once this crisis has settled and becomes a thing of the past, you need to be ready to get off the block quickly.

Part 2: Considering the SAT during COVID-19 Crisis

The cancellation of year-end standardized exit exams around the world means that this year, the SAT may very well be the only international standardized exam that takes place. Having a good SAT score therefore could make a difference to your immediate future and it is definitely better to have SAT in your portfolio than not have it.

Daniel Rosenbaum: The Chess Game of Tennis

“Some say that tennis is like chess. Players must organize a game plan, program how to begin a match, have in mind and do the necessary adaptations perceived during the game.”

Helen Donohoe: Considering the SAT During The COVID-19 Crisis

This year, for the first time ever, some countries, where standardized “exit” exams (subject-specific), are mandatory for university acceptance, have cancelled the entire slate of exams, offered just once a year in the spring; the void is enormous, especially in countries like the UK, where the rigorous exam system is a way of life and a rite of passage.