When it comes to the SAT vs. the ACT, both exams are widely accepted by U.S. colleges, which often prompts students to ask: Which test should I take?
This article will provide you with a brief overview of the basic structural and logistical differences between the ACT and SAT, to help you pick the right one as you get ready to apply to college.
What are the major changes to the SAT this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic? What are the SAT score percentiles? And what is the good SAT score to apply to top colleges? This article puts together an SAT FAQ section to have all your SAT questions answered.read more
This article provides students with a handy end-of-school checklist that will help you have a productive summer, get on track, and make getting into the next school year a bit more manageable.read more
As COVID-19 grinds society to a halt and shutters physical college campuses, today’s high school and college students are experiencing their generation’s crucible.read more
“Even the acceptance rate is just 5 or 10%, it’s still much higher than 0%. I think everyone should aim for the moon, because if you miss, you will land among the stars.”, said Le My Hien.read more
A list of 7 great Youtube channels and playlists for kids that parents will love, based on recommendations from parents, educators and English teachers around the world.read more
The essay written by our chairman – Mr Tony Ngo – in answer to the question of Harvard MBA Admissions Board about leadership experience.read more
Tony Ngo and Don Le – Everest’s co-founders – do detailed reviews on their own essays that got them into Harvard and Stanford. The first episode will review Tony’s essay for Harvard Business School on his undergraduate academic experiences.read more
Our student, Linda Tong, admitted to Stanford University, shares many interesting tips on the college application process, drawing from her own experience, including how to succeed as a well-rounded student, and how to conquer the dreaded interview.read more