Category Archives: Opinion

So you haven’t prepared for the SAT

The weeks leading up to just about every SAT exam are usually the same; they mostly consist of an inordinate number of students trying to cram several months of preparation into just several weeks. The calls we receive from students … Continue reading

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Improve Your College Application : Extracurriculars

Hey everybody! It’s Ridge with another post about the college admissions process. This time, I’ll be talking about extracurricular activities. I hope you enjoy it! As high school droned on, I found it important to take on some activities just … Continue reading

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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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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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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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What I have Done for College : Improve Your College Application

Hi everyone! I’m Ridge Liu and I got a Perfect Score on the SAT. After going through Test Masters’ SAT course and getting a perfect score, I accepted Test Masters’ invitation to intern with them this summer. I’m looking forward … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer Vacation

School is finally out for summer! Congratulations, you’re free! Now what? Just because there isn’t anything you have to do now doesn’t mean you should spend your whole summer on the couch eating potato chips and watching reruns while obsessively … Continue reading

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A Word from Humanities Texas Teacher of the Year, Camille Quaite

“When I stop learning, I shall stop living.” – Camille Quaite Camille Quaite, a teacher at Bellaire High School and Test Masters employee since 1996, was recently recognized by Humanities Texas, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the … Continue reading

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SAT Geometry – Sample Problem/Sample Clip

Have you thought about taking a PSAT & SAT Online course, but weren’t sure whether it would be effective? Join the club. A number of students and parents are hesitant to register and pay for an online prep course because … Continue reading

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SAT Essay Writing – How to Paraphrase

Paraphrasing is when you use different words to say the same thing; in other words, it’s when distinguishable synonyms are employed so that phrases are similar in meaning but different from one another. Oftentimes, you will have to repeat yourself … Continue reading

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