Monthly Archives: March 2015

SAT Vocabulary–Ennui

This Week’s Word: Ennui /ɑnˈwi, ˈɑn wi/ [ahn-wee, ahn-wee] noun Ennui is best described as a state of boredom resulting from a complete lack of interest, but it is often used to connote that particular type of tedium that is a result … Continue reading

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SAT Vocabulary—Convivial

This Week’s Word: Convivial /kənˈvɪv i əl/ adj. Convivial can be used to describe your one friend who is not shy and always ready to party. It can also be used to convey a particularly festive, lively, or amiable mood. Synonyms: Friendly, amiable, festive, merry … Continue reading

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SAT Multiple Choice Writing Tips—Illogical Comparison

We’re all familiar with the old adage “you can’t compare apples and oranges.” The phrase is so ubiquitous, in fact, that “Apples to Apples” is now a popular party game. If you think about it, the title fits—you can only … Continue reading

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Perfect SAT Score Profile: College Compass Interviews Tommy Tan

Tommy Tan, a two-time Test Masters student and frequent Exam Club participant, has conquered the SAT, achieving a Perfect Score of 2400 on the December 2014 administration of the test. Tan’s achievement places him in the top 1% of students … Continue reading

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