"Grid-in questions are a portion of the SAT math section and require students to solve for the answer. Student-produced response questions, also known as grid-in questions, are one feature of the SAT’s math portion. Unlike other questions on the SAT, grid-in questions are not multiple choice. Rather, you must independently determine the correct answer and enter it in the space provided.
Grid-in questions can cause students great concern and can lower scores if students do not know how to approach them. Consider these four steps for maximizing your grid-in performance." ...
"Chinese national Kexin Zhen says she first learned about U.S. liberal arts colleges during a meeting with her high school counselor.
From then on, Zhen focused her college search on this type of school, which offers a more general education for undergraduates in the humanities, sciences and social sciences, as opposed to having a professional or technical emphasis.
'I didn't really know my major and my career direction, so I preferred to go to a liberal arts college,' she says.
Now she's a rising junior at Wheaton College, a liberal arts school in Massachusetts.
Narrowing the scope of a college search is important because in 2015-2016, there were more than 4,500 colleges and universities in the U.S., according to the National Center for Education Statistics. That's a lot of schools to choose from.
Here are some steps prospective international students can take to begin an effective U.S. college search from anywhere in the world." ...