Category Archives: U.S. SAT

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The new-look SAT and the ACT

Students aiming for admission to a U.S. university will doubtless be familiar with the SAT and ACT, two different aptitude tests that are designed to enable admissions tutors to assess the suitability of applicants to academic study.  What they may not realise, however, is that the SAT has recently undergone its biggest overhaul for decades [...]

Posted on: August 16th, 2016 | Categories: Education, News, Revision, Study & Exam Tips, U.S. SAT, Upcoming courses

SATs: Different (but do-able) for British students

The following article was recently featured in the Fulbright Commission‘s e-newsletter. In it, we discuss the differences between U.S. admission exams and A levels. The American SATs and ACTs can be something of a puzzle for British students.  However, having assisted many successful U.S. applicants, here are some hints. First, a word of warning!  Some [...]

Posted on: May 14th, 2013 | Categories: News, Study & Exam Tips, U.S. SAT, Upcoming courses

Greene’s at USA College Day

Greene’s Senior Tutor, Matthew Uffindell, and our SAT Co-ordinator, Carla Neuss, have had a great first day at the Fulbright Commission’s USA College Day today at Kensington Town Hall. Day two begins bright and early tomorrow at 9 a.m. and the Greene’s exhibition will be joined by one of our top SAT tutors.    

Posted on: September 28th, 2012 | Categories: Study & Exam Tips, U.S. SAT

5 Tips for the day before the SAT

This Saturday, thousands of students around the world will sit down with their pencils and calculators to take the SAT. Here are the top 5 Tips from Greene’s SAT Tutors on how to be ready for the test. 1. Do the easy problems first The SAT will have questions that you find easy and questions [...]

Posted on: January 26th, 2012 | Categories: Study & Exam Tips, U.S. SAT | Tags: