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Institutions open doors

Institutions open doors

Laura Mogannam, Managing Editor

September 27, 2018


Filed under Features, News

Preparing for and taking standardized tests can cost an applicant’s family hundreds to thousands of dollars and dozens of hours, only for a student to receive a score that an admissions representative might take only a few seconds to look at. A rising number of major colleges and universities are making th...

Information night highlights new SAT

Information night highlights new SAT

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

November 10, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors and their families gathered in the Little Theater for the annual Standardized Testing Info Night this evening. “We want to educate parents and students about standardized testing, especially with the new SAT,” College Counseling Associate Kelly Whalen said. Bru...

Seniors commended for success

Seniors commended for success

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

October 26, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

The sound of clapping filled Syufy Theatre as students supported a few of their senior peers in a commendation of academic excellence. After taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) last year, current seniors’ scores were admitted to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) ...

PSAT enables viral Internet craze

PSAT enables viral Internet craze

Neely Metz, Copy Editor

October 16, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News, Slideshows

Although students completed the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test yesterday, people who took the PSAT created a new internet sensation consisting of memes based on elements from the standardized test. “They’re hilarious,” junior Logan Evans said. “As soon as I take the PSAT I always go on ...

PSAT brings standardized testing to school

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

October 14, 2015


Filed under News

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors entered their assigned rooms with only a calculator and pencil this morning to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. “It was hard because I didn’t know a lot of the material,” freshman Amelia Estes said after taking the test. The PSAT is a standardized test that ...

College counseling elective begins for juniors

College counseling elective begins for juniors

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2015


Filed under Breaking News

Juniors gathered in the Mother Williams Library with their ipads this morning for their first college counseling elective. “As juniors, it’s time to think about where you want to go and what’s next,” College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda said during the elective. “We’ll be using this as a...

College Board announces SAT revisions

College Board announces SAT revisions

Julia-Rose Kibben, Neely Metz, and Delaney Moslander

March 18, 2014


Filed under Showcase

  College Board President David Coleman has announced major changes to the SAT, starting in spring 2016, affecting over a million college-bound students “I am very happy about the new changes,” freshman Izzy Pontecorvo said. “I’m not as stressed because the test now seems like something...

Testing your options

Testing your options

October 10, 2013


Filed under Features, Showcase

Alice Jones Managing Editor During her summer job with a lot of free time as a receptionist, senior Niamh Fitzsimons sat with pencil in hand and an SAT book open to the practice sections, skimming the dense strategy information and focusing on more difficult math problems and the critical reading ...

Recent tragic events teach students to live in the present

September 23, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief For many of my peers, high school is an excuse for ignorance. “We’re young,” they say, “We have the rest of ours lives to begin caring.” For others, like myself, high school is a time spent in limbo — accomplishing little, simply attempting to tame the unce...

Changed SAT score reporting may ease student test anxiety

September 19, 2008


Filed under Features

Susie Lee Reporter Beginning early next spring, a new SAT score reporting policy will allow students to decide which of their scores the colleges that they are applying to can see. College Board, an organization that administers programs such as SAT and SAT Subject Tests, stated that changing...

SAT tests younger and younger

September 19, 2008


Filed under Features

Gracie Hays A & E Editor The competition for college that traditionally begins in junior or senior year of high school has students preparing at increasingly younger ages with a rising emphasis on standardized testing both in and out of school. In most independent elementary schools, it’s r...

The SAT does not show students’ intellect

September 19, 2008


Filed under Opinion

staff editorial The SAT is a mental marathon. Students all over the country are training for the three and one-half hours of reading and math and an essay that readers peruse for a whopping minute and 40 seconds. One day, one test and one score cannot fairly evaluate the intelligence of a student. Colleges...

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