Monthly Archives: July 2013

Know the SAT Math Formula (part 2 of 8)

Today we continue our series on the SAT Math Formula sheet. To keep things interesting, today’s example problem is about Spencer, a super secret spy!   Super Secret Spy Spencer wants to mow lawns and gather some quick intel. He … Continue reading

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Know the SAT Math Formula Sheet! (Part 1 of 8)

Hello Everyone! I’m SAT Perfect Scorer Joey Gu. After taking the Test Masters SAT & PSAT course and getting a Perfect Score on the SAT, I was offered a summer internship position with Test Masters. Obviously, I accepted their offer. … Continue reading

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Critical Reading Extravaganza (Part 1 of 2)

Today we will eruditely assimilate a veritable bonanza of vocabulary words while explaining how you may use key words and phrases in a Sentence Completion question to identify the correct answer. Examine each question carefully before moving on to the … Continue reading

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SAT Math Word Problem

SAT Math problems can seem more complicated than they really are, particularly SAT Math Word Problems. Word Problems incorporate Reading Comprehension, and can trip up unwary students. When you are solving an SAT Math problem it is important to keep … Continue reading

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College Profile : New York University (NYU)

How would you like to be among the company of Ross Geller, Blair Waldorf, and Theo Huxtable? How about Aziz Ansari, Martin Scorsese, and Angelina Jolie? Impressed yet? All these people went to New York University. In 1830, a gathering … Continue reading

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