Monthly Archives: April 2014

5 Ways the New SAT is Actually Harder

You may have heard that College Board is redesigning the SAT for 2016. You may also have heard that they’re “dumbing it down” or making it easier. The main reason for this impression seems to be that College Board is … Continue reading

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Raina Zhang Brings Home a Perfect SAT Score

Raina Zhang, a junior at St. John’s School, is the first Test Masters student this year to receive a Perfect Score of 2400, achieving this remarkable feat on the January 25th SAT exam. Raina says, “Test Masters all the way, … Continue reading

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Extra Hard SAT Math Question – Speed Trap

At the end of every SAT Math section, the test makers try to come up with an extremely difficult problem that will leave even the cleverest students scratching their heads. The really evil part, though, is that even these problems … Continue reading

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College Countdown Part II

In the first post of the College Countdown series, we discussed the steps you need to take to stay on the path to success during your freshman and sophomore years of high school. In this post, we’ll continue from where we … Continue reading

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