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Tips for Sending ACT and SAT Scores to a College or University

Submitting SAT and ACT test scores is a requirement of the college admissions process. Unlike your high school transcript, you might provide SAT and ACT scores multiple times during the application process. Keep these things in mind when sending your test scores to colleges and universities: Have a question about submitting your SAT of ACT…

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6 SAT Tips to Help You Achieve Your Highest Score

These 6 SAT tips from the University of St. Thomas – Houston will help you achieve your best score

The SAT can play a big role in determining whether you get into your college of choice, so getting the highest possible SAT score is critical. A higher SAT score can increase your chances of acceptance into your dream school and even increase your financial aid package. The good news is you can take the…

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How High School Can Help You in College

Mitchell Nguyen and Jennifer Hoang Chemistry

By Jennifer Hoang Senior biochemistry major and pre-dental student In high school, I always thought that college was a far-away concept. In the midst of classes, studying, friends, and extracurricular activities were college visits, SATs, and applications.  It was only when I started college that I realized how valuable high school had been for me,…

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International Student Admission Application Tips

The University of St. Thomas is proud to offer a welcoming, community-oriented campus to students from all around the world. Houston is an international city with a diversified economy, so it’s not surprising that UST has students representing over 50 different countries and 10% of our student population holds foreign citizenship. We aim to make…

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Get College Ready: College Prep for High School Students

College admissions can seem like a rabbit hole.  While you may know where the entrance is, there are probably some questions regarding the steps you need to take to get through planning successfully. Sophomore Year: “When should I start preparing for college?” It’s one of the most common questions high school students and their parents ask.…

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