Learn how to create an individualized study plan at Khan Academy based on your PSAT Scores by linking to your College Board account:

Compare the SAT to the ACT::

Average SAT/ACT statistics by school:

Use this calculator to find out where your SAT scores fit in each of 38 Upstate New York school’s admissions profile: 


Khan Academy offers video tutorials and practice material for the SAT here.A tremendous resource:

The ACT now offers a practice platform of its own:

The College Panda is one of my all-time favorite sites. Everybody, no matter their skill level, will find something incredibly useful here:

The Critical Reader is the most comprehensive reading and grammar resource available to students. It offers an exceptional blend of content and presentation thanks to Erica Meltzer, a highly regarded tutor and SAT/ACT test writer:

Start your preparation for the ACT by visiting this site and following that up by checking out the all the resources found here:



Both Ivy Global and Power Score offer great practice materials, including a solid selection of Official SAT and ACT Practice Tests: and

The SAT – 8 Official Practice Tests:



SAT-ACT Concordance Tables: Compare and/or covert your SAT and ACT Scores:  

Colleges that “Superscore” the SAT and ACT:

Admissions Statistics: Regular vs Early Decision

Colleges and Universities requiring SAT Subject Tests:

“Show me the Money” –MeritAid is a comprehensive directory of merit scholarships and academic scholarships from colleges across the country:

FastWeb is probably the most popular scholarship matching and college search service on the web. You'll need to set up an account, but it's well worth it. A dynamite resource worth checking out ASAP:



Unigo helps connects people with the right educational opportunities to achieve their future goals. Every month, Unigo helps millions of students research colleges, scholarships, internships, and careers:

Cappex is a database of college profiles, admission facts, and majors that helps students select their preferred university:

College simply allows you to compare cost and admission statistics to simplify your college search:

NICHE is a very user-friendly site with a clean and simple interface where you can explore college rankings, reviews and statistics, in addition to fantastic scholarship information. Worth bookmarking: 


Start the process early with this indispensable guide to college planning and funding:

Big Future has a tremendous amount of information to assist you with college planning:

I can't say enough about Lynn O'Shaughnessy and her wealth of knowledge when it comes to every aspect of the college planning journey. Visit her website often and buy her book:

What colleges look for in high school students:

Take this campus visit journal along with you on your college visits: