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Allena Berry

Themes Across APUSH: Social Movements

This next post in our series of change throughout history covers APUSH Themes: Social Movements! Read on for an overview of social movements in the United States, from the revolutionary war and beyond.

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Molly Kiefer

Free SAT Resources: Your Ultimate List

Taking standardized tests like the SAT can be expensive. Here at Clemmonsdogpark, we believe everyone deserves an equal shot at academic achievement, no matter what’s in your bank account. We’re excited to share this comprehensive list of free SAT resources, including eBooks, practice tests, flashcards, study plans, and more!

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Nadyja Von Ebers

The 2018-19 Common App Essay: How to Write a Great Essay That Will Get You Accepted

One of the steps in the college application process is completing the Common App essay. While it may sound intimidating, the Common Application essay is easy to ace if you know how to approach it. We’ll break down what the essay is, how to write one, share Common App essay examples, and more!

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Chris Lele

The Vocabulary Builder Workbook is Published!

We’re excited to announce that the Vocabulary Builder Workbook has officially been released on Amazon! Whether you need to learn these words for a test, hope to improve your writing, or simply become a sharper thinker, this book is here to help with 1,400 important words (and much more)!

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Shaun Ault

AP Calculus Review: Derivatives of Inverse Functions

One of the trickiest topics on the AP Calculus AB/BC exam is the concept of inverse functions and their derivatives. In this review article, we’ll see how a powerful theorem can be used to find the derivatives of inverse functions. Then we’ll talk about the more common inverses and their derivatives. What are Inverse Functions? […]

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Allena Berry

Themes Across APUSH: Voting Rights

Welcome to our blog post on APUSH Themes: Voting Rights! The focus this week will be for you to practice the skill of identifying changes and continuities throughout U.S. history, using voting rights as our example.

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Chris Lele

SAT Test Dates: Your Best Test Date (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

We’ve got official, updated information on upcoming SAT test dates, along with a complete guide to the SAT date that will get your best score.

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Molly Kiefer

How to Study | Video Post

Do you have questions about how to study? Maybe you aren’t sure how to be productive after school or how to get good grades. Good news: this video has all the study hacks you need!

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Allyson Evans

ACT Question of the Day: Practice Daily for a Higher ACT Score

Regular practice, even for an hour or less each day, is key to improving your ACT score. Get your daily dose of ACT practice with Clemmonsdogpark’s ACT Question of the Day!

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Molly Kiefer

How to Take Notes | Video Post

Note taking: no one ever really teaches you how to do it, and yet it’s a HUGE part of learning and getting good grades. Check out our latest video on how to take notes! Seriously, good notes are a game changer.

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