Monthly Archives: February 2015

Don’t Let Ivy League Dreams Lead to Sleepless Nights

Did you know Warren Buffett was rejected from Harvard Business School? Yes, the most successful investor of the twentieth century was once upon a time┬áturned down by admissions officers from Harvard before his last-minute application and acceptance to Columbia University … Continue reading

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What to Expect on the Revised SAT: Writing

If you’re taking the SAT before March 2016, you’ll be asked to write a two page essay that makes a completely one-dimensional argument supporting a yes or no answer to a vaguely philosophical question. In fact, one of the most … Continue reading

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What to Expect on the Revised SAT: Math

The College Board claims that the Revised SAT Math will “require a stronger command of fewer, more important topics.” Considering that I personally managed to get two liberal arts degrees without ever having to demonstrate my ability (or lack there … Continue reading

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Math II and You: What You Need to Know About the SAT Subject Test

In light of the volume of questions we’ve received recently┬áregarding the SAT II Math Subject tests, I’ve decided it’s time to sit down an churn out a blog article to answer a few common questions:

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What to Expect on the Revised SAT: Reading

The Revised SAT Evidence-Based Reading (that’s a mouthful) will include five(ish) passages: one Literature based passage, two History/Social Studies passages, and two Science passages. Similar to some passages on the current SAT, one of the passages in the Science and/or … Continue reading

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Amy Ma Earns Perfect Score on the SAT

Amy Ma, a junior at Clements High School, has become the latest in a long line of Test Masters students to receive a Perfect Score of 2400 on the SAT. Ma, who received her Perfect SAT Score on the December … Continue reading

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