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Category: SAT

Emily Faison

SAT Test in Canada

If applying to college isn’t confusing enough (and believe me, it’s a maze!), applying to schools internationally can be even more demanding. Between asking teachers to write recommendation letters and navigating the documents you need to include in your applications, you also have to find time to study for and take the SAT and/or ACT! […]

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Chris Lele

Equilateral Triangle | SAT Monday Video Post

Learn everything you need to know about the equilateral triangle, an important SAT math topic!

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Thomas Broderick

New SAT Scores Released: What We Know

Hello, Magooshers, and welcome back. This spring the SAT underwent a lot of changes. The essay became optional. 1600 was once again the highest score possible. Last, but not least, the College Board promised that questions would more closely reflect what high school students like yourself were learning in school. The spring testing session has […]

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Thomas Broderick

UC SAT Test Date Score Report

College application season is coming up fast. In this article, learn everything you need to know about getting SAT score reports to the UC of your dreams.

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Elizabeth Peterson

SAT Math: Equation of a Circle

What is the equation of a circle? What can it tell you about the graph of a circle? We answer these questions and give you the run-down on this equation.

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Thomas Broderick

When Do New PSAT Scores Come Out?

Short Answer: Two months after the test. Yet your scores are only the beginning. In this article, learn how to turn your PSAT scores into positive results!

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Thomas Broderick

What’s a Good SAT Score for Scholarships?

There are a lot of scholarships out there, and plenty of those are tied to your SAT scores. In this article, learn how to turn SAT scores into dollars.

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Suzanne Shaffer

Standardized Test Anxiety

Ask any parent. They will tell you the SAT and ACT are responsible for the greatest stress during college prep. No matter how much your student prepares and studies, the test itself is the cause of tremendous anxiety. Many parents believe the theory “if my student doesn’t test well, he won’t do well on these […]

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Minh Nguyen

New SAT Math: Circle Arc Length

The new SAT “Additional Topics in Math” category might have questions regarding circle arc length. Click here to find out how to tackle these problems.

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Elizabeth Peterson

SAT Writing: Noun Agreement

This article breaks down the three most common noun agreement errors that appear on the SAT Writing section & tells you how to tackle them.

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