Reason 1. You hear that colleges are now going “test-optional.” What does “test-optional” truly mean? When colleges announce they are suspending SAT and ACT score requirements for admissions, will it harm you in the long run? If you submit your application without scores, you WILL be competing with those who submit their applications with scores. Is that fair? Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 2. The SAT and ACT are not leaving our lives. They make over $1 billion annually: that’s 1000 x $1,000,000 coming from parents’ pockets. With that kind of revenue, they are here to stay. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 3. Colleges are not decreasing tuition costs, leaving you with 2 basic options: take out loans OR GO AFTER SCHOLARSHIPS (free money), which are tied to test scores! 20-30 year college loans are debilitating (U.S. avg. $450/month), but if you beat the SAT or ACT, your future financial life dramatically improves. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 4. Test scores statistically reveal a student’s household income: The higher the test score, the higher the household income. The lower the test score, the lower the household income. Please remember, though, you are not a statistic; you are an individual who beat the game of tricky test questions and answers. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 5. The tests do not measure your intelligence or how smart you are. They measure how well prepared you are to play their games. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 6. The test-makers tell us that test scores predict how well you’ll perform in your freshman year of college; your GPA does a much better job. But if colleges want to believe in test scores, then impress them with a solid score. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Reason 7. Both tests are EASY to beat, but Time is never on your side. The sooner you start, the closer you’ll get to your goal = more free scholarship $$$ for college. The later you start, the more you will owe in loans plus interest for the next 20-30 years. Conclusion: It’s best to prepare to beat the tests.
Your Daily Mirror Talk: I want to have the best chance of getting into the college of my choice, finding the best and highest scholarship offers, and bypassing other students who fail to take advantage of getting higher test scores. I should prepare to beat the tests, no matter my family’s financial situation, because it’s possible to beat not only the tests but also high tuition costs and student loan debt. I now know what to do and how to get it done. I’m my own hope! Now, click on the mirror below and sign up: