Monthly Archives: June 2013

What I have Done for College : Improve Your College Application

Hi everyone! I’m Ridge Liu and I got a Perfect Score on the SAT. After going through Test Masters’ SAT course and getting a perfect score, I accepted Test Masters’ invitation to intern with them this summer. I’m looking forward … Continue reading

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College Profile : Yale University

Simply put, Yale University is one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education in the country, perhaps even in the world. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, Yale was originally established to train clergymen for the colony … Continue reading

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Grammar Crammer – Pronoun Case

When studying for standardized exams that test standard English, we tend to become increasingly self-conscious of our own use of grammar in our everyday speech and correspondence (if tweets and facebook posts count as correspondence). Sometimes, we might even go … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer Vacation

School is finally out for summer! Congratulations, you’re free! Now what? Just because there isn’t anything you have to do now doesn’t mean you should spend your whole summer on the couch eating potato chips and watching reruns while obsessively … Continue reading

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Be a National Merit Scholar! Part III – Scholarship & Opportunities

Incentive is the mother of motivation, and the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) is no exception; one of the most obvious reasons students compete so desperately to become National Merit Scholars is the financial reward that accompanies such an … Continue reading

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ACT Math – Trigonometry Sample Question

One of the main differences between ACT Math and SAT Math is that the ACT tests trigonometry, while the SAT does not. So, what kinds of trig questions can you expect to see on the ACT? Consider the following typical … Continue reading

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A Word from Humanities Texas Teacher of the Year, Camille Quaite

“When I stop learning, I shall stop living.” – Camille Quaite Camille Quaite, a teacher at Bellaire High School and Test Masters employee since 1996, was recently recognized by Humanities Texas, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the … Continue reading

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Ask Test Masters – Should I Just Give Up Hope?

Reader Malik asks, “I took my SAT and ACT and my scores were far from the best (1500 and 22). I want to get a really good score, my dream school is actually Carnegie Mellon but I do not meet … Continue reading

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