Is the SAT optional?

Dear Eligibility Coach: My son is being recruited by three schools that don’t require the SAT for admissions. He has text anxiety, so we haven’t registered him for the test. My son’s guidance counselor says he still has to take the SAT. Why? Dear Parent: There are over 830 four-year colleges that view the SAT […]

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Electronic Communications

Dear Eligibility Coach: You mentioned that text messaging is not allowed in recruiting. What about instant messaging? Dear Parent: Neither instant messaging nor text messaging are not allowed in the recruiting process. The only forms of electronic communications that are allowed are emails and faxes. Don’t send a text message or an instant message to […]

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What is an Extra Benefit?

The short answer is any benefit that is not available to any other student enrolled at a university, or provided to all other prospective students applying to a university. The long answer is any prohibited financial aid, benefits and arrangements, including, but not limited to the following: (a) An employment arrangement for a prospective student-athlete’s […]

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Amateurism Certification

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Texting in the Recruiting Process

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Courses taken in Eighth Grade

Dear Eligibility Coach: My son completed Algebra I in the eighth grade. He took Algebra I and Geometry in high school. The NCAA requires three maths. Does he have to take another math class? Dear Parent: It depends. The NCAA Eligibility Center requires three math courses at the Algebra I level or higher. Your son […]

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AP Courses and International Student-Athletes

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Problems with SAT? Try the ACT

If you have taken the SAT a couple of times and still have a low score, you may want to consider taking the ACT. The ACT tests on four subjects: English, math, reading and science. For some students, being tested on additional subjects helps to improve their scores. The English section of the ACT tests […]

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