News — SAT
Go to Bed: Teens and the Importance of Sleep (Why They Don't Get Enough)
deprivation learning memory SAT school start time sleep teens
It seems like sleep is the new buzz worthy topic in the health and wellness space. Everyone, old and young, is talking about sleep. I’m having a bit of a sleep battle in my own household. My oldest son is 10 years old. Lately, he has been a bear to wake up in the morning. What’s worse, on those days that he struggles to wake up, he also struggles to fall asleep at what I consider the appropriate time. In our house that’s 8 pm, sometimes 7:30 pm if the kids are being particularly frustrating. What’s going on? Why can’t...
Flexibility and the PSAT/SAT: Testing Accommodations
Accommodations PSAT SAT The College Board
When I was in high school, many moons ago, The College Board seemed like an enemy who made me take tests, scored the tests, and then sent those test scores to colleges. Actually, back then, I think that is all that they did. My, how times have changed (I sound so old). The College Board still gives tests and sends out scores, but now they have resources to help with the process of continuing your education after high school. Let’s take a quick look at The College Board and what they do. The College Board is a not-for-profit organization, most...