How to Design Your SAT/ACT Testing Strategy as an 11th or 12th Grader (With COVID-19 and Test-Optional Policy Updates)


Webinar | Tuesday, March 2, 2021 | 6:00 PM Alaska time


Co-Hosted by Frontier Tutoring and Alaska Middle College School (families from all high schools are welcome to attend)


Despite the turmoil COVID-19 has introduced to the college admissions process, SAT/ACT testing remains an important aspect of college application and scholarship planning.  During this webinar, Kimberly Hewitt, director of our college counseling practice, will review what's new given COVID-19—and what hasn't changed—about approaching your SAT/ACT testing strategy as a current junior or senior.  Topics this webinar will address:


  • Get the latest updates on changes to the SAT/ACT, including COVID-19's impact on testing and test-optional policies, plus changes to the SAT essay

  • Review our 3 Steps to SAT/ACT Success (determine whether to focus on the SAT vs. ACT, set your target score, and select your study strategy)

  • Learn how to craft your SAT/ACT strategy and timeline to maximize your competitiveness for college admissions and scholarships (including the Alaska Performance Scholarship)


At the end of the webinar, we'll have time for Q&A about all things testing and college admissions.


Alaska Middle College School counselors will also be available to answer any AMCS-specific questions.


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