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Character skills and development are increasingly becoming part of the conversation around student success.
Making admission decisions at any level, from preschool to the Ph.D., is frightfully complex. To make life more difficult, we are not admitting students with a singular goal in mind.
Learn what methods can be used to help manage information in order to make superior and unbiased decisions.
How do you predict how likely it is that a student will achieve academic success in their first year at your school?
In conjunction with member schools,The Enrollment Management Association offers nearly $1 million in fee waivers for the SSAT and the SAO each year.
The testing and research team recently performed a large-scale test to ensure the SSAT's validity and reliability in meeting its goal of predicting student success.
The SSAT Benchmark test has been used for years by schools who are new to the SSAT, providing them with a reliable way to compare the scores of applicants.
An admission office’s guide to answering the question, “Should my child take the SSAT again?”
Understanding the complexities of immigration regulations and its impact on international students is an important component of services that schools provide.
This presentation will explore standardized tests, why they matter, and ways to ensure test fairness.
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    The Med School Example - Building a Better, Stronger, Faster Interview Using the MMI to revamp the admission interview process Read More
  • "The Test" - Must Read, With Caveat.

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  • We Believe…But Is That Enough?

    We Believe…But Is That Enough? Is there evidence that collecting and using assessments of student learning really does promote improved student learning outcomes? Read More
  • Assessing Character: A Meeting With ETS' Patrick Kyllonen

    Assessing Character: A Meeting With ETS' Patrick Kyllonen Because a non-cognitive “construct” is another kind of skill, an attribute such as motivation or creativity can be put on Read More
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