Monthly Archives: November 2014

SAT Multiple Choice Writing Tips – Dangling Modifier

Grammar instruction in public schools has, for the most part, gone the way of the dinosaurs (bye, Felicia!), but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to know it for the SAT Multiple Choice Writing section (gulp). Luckily, it’s surprisingly easy … Continue reading

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ISEE Exam Reading Passage Example

The following passage is based on comparable Critical Reading passages found on the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE). The ISEE is used nationally for admission to private high schools. This passage was prepared by a Test Masters critical reading instructor … Continue reading

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College Admissions Essay “Do”s and “Don’t”s

I can still remember sitting down at the computer the weekend before college apps were due to write my admissions essay. I had sufficiently procrastinated to the point where my parents might actually take disciplinary action if I didn’t write my … Continue reading

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Perfect SAT Score Profile: College Compass Interviews Harriet Tieh

Harriet Tieh has achieved test taking perfection, attaining a perfect score on the October 2014 SAT. With this score, Tieh, a senior at Kinkaid High School, joins an inreasing number of Test Masters course graduates to place in the top … Continue reading

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Multiple Choice Writing – Example Problem

1.      He was convinced that if property taxes would have rose any higher, he would have had to move to a different area. a.       if property taxes would have rose b.      if property taxes would rise c.       if property … Continue reading

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College Profile: Ohio Northern University (ONU)

Your college mascot is something you’ll have to identify as for not only the next four years, but forty years from now when you run into your Freshman roommate at a wedding. With that in mind, you could be a Longhorn (University … Continue reading

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