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[Video] Preparing for the SAT and ACT

Kyra Tyler

Written by Kyra Tyleron December 21st, 2016

I have worked in a variety of roles in higher education over the course of my career. I began my career in admissions at Brandeis University, where I spearheaded the school’s student of color recruitment effort. In addition to reviewing applications for incoming freshmen, I also managed the transfer application review process where I was responsible for reading the applications and making the final admissions decision. I also chaired a committee dedicated to offering scholarships and performance opportunities to talented chamber musicians and served as the admissions representative for the selection of the university’s Posse Foundation scholars. Prior to joining College Coach, I was awarded a Presidential Fellowship from Harvard University where I worked in development at the Harvard College Fund. I also worked at the Harvard Alumni Association while pursuing a master of education at the Graduate School of Education.
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Many high school juniors take the SAT or the ACT for the first time in January or February of their junior year, and registration deadlines are right around the corner!  Still, should you rush into a standardized test with no preparation?  No, says college admissions expert Kyra Tyler in the latest installment of College Coach’s Insider Tips.  Check out Kyra’s SAT and ACT tips in order to maximize your chances of testing success. Subscribe to the College Coach YouTube Channel to keep up-to-date on all the latest college planning tips from our college admissions and finance experts. College-Visit-CTA


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