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You have to perform well on the SAT exam to have your pick of colleges, but where do you start? Our study tips will help you in preparing for the SAT.
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)!
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.
Not all SAT prep books are created equal: some you’ll want to use in their entirety, others you’ll want to use only parts of, and others you’ll want to steer clear of. To help you decide what’s worth your time, our SAT expert reviewed the test prep books on the market. Read on for our annual list of the Best SAT Books!
Over the years, I’ve taught vocabulary to many students. These words have been spread across the Internet and aren’t so easy to find. For the first time, I’ve collected many of these words (and some new ones!) in one easy to access place: the Vocabulary Builder Workbook. Read on to learn more!
By this point, all the big test prep book publishers (I’m talking College Board, Princeton Review, Kaplan, and Barron’s) have released a book for the redesigned SAT. But not all New SAT prep books are created equal: some you’ll want to use in their entirety (though only a few), others you’ll want to use only […]
A Handy SAT Math Shortcut – N2 – 1 Many of us have a pretty good sense of what the squares of the first 15 integers are. Sure, you might be a bit shaky on ‘13’ and ‘14’ but you should be comfortable with the rest. Just to be sure, I’ll reproduce those below: 1^2 […]
Learn everything you need to know about the equilateral triangle, an important SAT math topic!
The new SAT math test means you’ll be expected to do a lot more mental math. Here’s how to do division in your head on the SAT!
The new SAT Math test (with its no calculator section) requires you to flex your mental math muscles. Here’s a better way to multiply numbers in your head.