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April 30, 2018

About Test Prep

About Test Prep

The last few years of high school can be a busy period, particularly when you add honors and AP classes, extracurricular activities and a social life to the mix. Students who are finding that they have a limited amount of time left to dedicate to test preparation may benefit from expert test prep resources to help ease the experience. College Confidential is your trusted partner for test prep tips and advice, whether you haven't taken the PSAT yet or you're already gearing up for the LSAT.


Covering a wide range of topics including testing accommodations, which test to select, how to send your scores to colleges and many other pressing issues, we've lined up experts from across the industry to provide answers. You don't have to spend time sifting through conflicting advice that other students may give you, because we've centralized the best information into one easy-to-navigate site. And if you don't see what you're looking for, please reach out and contact us -- we'd be happy to research your topic for a future article.

Written by

Torrey Kim

Torrey Kim

College Admissions Expert

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