All you need to know About Law School Requirements

November 14, 2019, by

Law School Admission Requirements Streamlined Marks Education is happy to announce a new resource on our website that will make the law school application process even more manageable. JD bound students now have access to our database of research on admissions statistics and requirements for top law programs across the country. Got a question about… Read more »

College Interview FAQ

November 11, 2019, by

Tools to help you succeed in college admission interviews A strong interview can be a big plus in the college application process—a chance for you to share your interests, your personality, and your excitement about the colleges you’ve chosen. Now that the college application season is underway, we wanted to share our answers to a… Read more »

The LSAT Goes Digital

November 6, 2019, by

  Ready to take the LSAT online? Last year, The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced that starting with the September 21, 2019 test date, the LSAT would be fully digital. Candidates now take the LSAT on Microsoft Surface Go tablets provided by testing centers. As part of the transition to digital testing, half of all… Read more »

As we near the end of the school year, a lot of high schoolers are sweating over the question, “Should I take the Math 1 or Math 2 Subject Test?”

Math Question?  We’ve got a Video for that!

October 28, 2019, by

Answer explanation videos are an excellent resource for students!   Marks Education is happy to announce a new feature on our website that provides even greater benefits to students using our materials.  We now have video answer explanations (311 so far!)  for many math questions in our Comprehensive Guides to the SAT and ACT.  Got… Read more »

Major Changes Coming to the ACT

October 9, 2019, by

You’ve never seen the ACT like this!   Yesterday,  the ACT announced three major changes to the administration and reporting of the test starting in September 2020.  First, students will have the option of online testing in addition to paper testing. Second, the ACT board will offer superscore reporting to colleges.  Finally, and perhaps most… Read more »