Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Most Fun-Filled Fact Post About The SAT Ever

The SAT: Fun Facts – Seems like an oxymoron, doesn’t it?  But really, the SAT can be fun!  Well, no, that’s a lie, but let’s pretend it’s true while we read these cool facts! Fun Fact #1: The SAT Stands For… … Continue reading

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5 Great SAT Tips

The SAT is a challenging experience. Read this article to find 5 great tips to help you prepare for the SAT! 1. Don’t Cram Alright, so it’s Friday night and you’re taking the SAT tomorrow: it’s time to get an … Continue reading

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PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Geometry

Geometry Problem #1 The PSAT & SAT are notorious for asking complicated questions about seemingly simple concepts; this is one reason the PSAT & SAT Math sections can be so difficult. Following College Compass’ SAT Math Attack series will help … Continue reading

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5 Great SAT Tips

1. Prepare To get the most out of SAT prep, you should start early. In fact, many National Merit Scholars-who usually score above 2100 on the SAT-begin preparing for the PSAT and SAT the summer before they become sophomores so … Continue reading

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ACT Math – ACT Science – Data Interpretation and Analysis Questions

For those taking the ACT, here are some good tips for the science sections: It’s a good idea to actually spend some time looking at the graph before diving into the questions. At the very least, you should examine the … Continue reading

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