Clay is a double-perfect scorer - within one week, he earned a 1600 on an official SAT and at 36 on an official ACT! Clay has also achieved 99th percentile scores on the PSAT, ISEE, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT. He has taught and developed courses for high school, college, and graduate-level standardized tests extensively around the country, and specializes in the field. He has studied law at Georgetown University Law Center and worked in the legal field as well, for attorneys, judges, and the Tennessee Attorney General.
Articles by Clay Cooper:
Early Ivy League Acceptance Rates For Class Of 2022January 4, 2018
The number one trend that is easily seen in the recently released numbers is a tightening up of early decision admissions by most schools across the board.
How To Qualify For ROTC ScholarshipsDecember 29, 2017
Here then are the qualifications for many of those scholarships, divided by branch and requirements, including the minimum scores required for the SAT and ACT, which is useful for ROTC test prep.
20 Tips For Successful College VisitsDecember 20, 2017
Here are 20 tips to make college visits as productive as possible within a short timeframe.
Top 35 Questions To Ask Your College CounselorDecember 15, 2017
To help you prepare, here are the top 35 college counselor questions to ask by subject
The Pros And Cons Of AP ClassesDecember 5, 2017
AP classes, in spite of their public image, have a number of pros and cons that every high student needs to know about and weigh before signing up for them.
How To Cram For The ACTJuly 31, 2017
To cram the best you can, take a few practice exams and use them to focus your studying on your weaknesses; also, review some important concepts for each of the four tests.
A Healthy Diet For Your Child’s Academic SuccessJuly 10, 2017
To boost your student’s brainpower, and give him or her all the energy needed for long study sessions, you should establish a diet that features lots of water, whole grains, berries, vegetables, beans, fish, nuts, and seeds, and limits trans fats and sugar.