This guide exists to help prepare you for the SAT Reading test. It is one part of the new SAT and has an important role to play in your journey to a top university. So, let’s get on with it.<
This guide exists to prepare you for the treacherous terrain of the SAT Writing and Language test and help answer the question of “How to get a perfect score on SAT Writing and Language”? Keep
If you’re reading this, you’re already ahead of the game when it comes to preparing for the SAT! This article will give you a brief overview of how best to schedule your 2018-2019 SAT test date
Are you a high school student planning ahead for your SATs? Are you trying to figure out how to get a perfect score? Since the SATs are only held seven times a year (six if you’re taking a subjec
When the dust settled from CollegeBoard’s major transition to a new SAT Test format, most students were pleased with the major changes to the SAT Reading Section. By eliminating the dreaded vocab
Recently, CollegeBoard drastically altered the format of their SAT Writing and Language Test. Although its striking resemblance to the ACT English Test allows students to prep for both tests simult
To test your ability to analyze visual representations, College Board has recently added tables, charts, graphs, and other graphics to their SAT Reading Section. These SAT Reading graphics will ask
If you took the SAT last year and are hoping to take it again soon, you may discover that the test you take starting in the 2014-2015 school year is very different than your previous attempts, but
You’re ready for this. You’ve learned all your obscure vocabulary words and taken endless practice tests. It’s time to rock this SAT (or ACT)!
Congratulations! You’ve made it halfway through your high school career. As we’re sure you know, now is the time to start thinking about college choices. The first exciting step is to take the
The PSATs are the first daunting test on the way toward your college career. You probably have a bunch of questions: what is on the test, how to know if you did well, and what it means to have a go
We don’t know of anyone who likes taking standardized exams. But tests like the SAT are often required for college admissions, so you just have to grin and bear it.