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Testing effect (and why practice testing is key)

Testing effect is the psychological finding that trying to solve a problem in a test-facing environment will make a person more likely to remember it than simply reading about the material.

This type of studying is called retrieval practice, and there are three qualifications for this technique to work:

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4 ways to get rejected from private school

Even with the most talented and dedicated students, there are still plenty of ways to get rejected from your dream school. Here are some of the reasons that we see students getting rejected.

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How to Prep for Higher SSAT Scores

The SSAT is a very competitive test, and having a preparation plan is key. Here's ours:

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Why Test-Taking is like Basketball

The ability to be successful at taking tests will serve you throughout your life: from the SAT and ACT, to the LSAT or the GRE, success and upward mobility in life often comes down to the ability to perform well on tests.

At Test Innovators, our vision is based on one core belief: test-taking is a skill that can be learned.

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When to start preparing for the SSAT

It’s a critical question: when should I start preparing for the SSAT?

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All about SSAT scores

Since the January 7th test last weekend, we've been hearing this question a lot: What's up with my SSAT scores? Although we do not have access to your scores, we can definitely help answer a few questions.

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5 tips for exam day

‘Twas the night before the SSAT… Arm yourself with knowledge and be fearless on test day with our top tips for the last hours before your exam.

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Featured school: Proctor Academy

Proctor Academy, set in 2500 acres of picturesque rural campus in Andover, New Hampshire, is a private coeducational day and boarding school serving students in grades 9 through 12.

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