The latest news on standardized tests
In this week's roundup: Obama announces 10 states that now have flexibility from No Child Left Behind.
From how to study to what to bring on test day, this schedule can help you perform your best.
Law schools seem more interested in late candidates, so there may still be time to apply.
In this week's roundup: Taking another student's SAT for pay could become a crime in New York.
In this week's roundup: Apple teams up with textbook publishers to create iBook 2 for iPad.
At these schools, full-time M.B.A. students averaged the highest GMAT scores.
The controversial No Child Left Behind law changed the face of American education.
In this week's roundup: teacher tenure, school reform, and 2011 in review.
Canceling has implications, so make sure you know it's a smart move.
Multiple choice tests are pervasive—but are they the best way to measure student achievement?