Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tips For The Last Week Before The SAT

The big day is just around the corner. You have studied, practiced, timed, tested, bubbled, agonized, thought deeply, and flat out hustled to prepare so far. Now, you have to push yourself through to the final day, where you can … Continue reading

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The SAT Question-And-Answer Service

The Question-and-Answer Service offered by the College Board is a great way to help students improve their SAT scores.  If you don’t know what the Question-and-Answer Service is, read on! What is the Question-and-Answer Service, and Why Is It Important? … Continue reading

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Cramming for the SAT is like Cramming Glue in Your Mouth

The SAT is less than four weeks away.  Commence hyperventilation. Take a huge, deep breath, and then exhale as quickly as possible. Then, repeat the process until you feel lightheaded and fall over. Then, you’ll hit your head and form … Continue reading

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ACT or SAT? Five Tips To Pick The Right College Entrance Exam

The SAT and ACT are both respected, nationally-recognized tests. Historically, there’s been a geographic divide between the two; nowadays, very few colleges require or prefer one test over the other. So which one should you take? Well, since you can’t … Continue reading

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