Anika is one of Magoosh’s Blog Editors. She makes sure the content across our blogs is error-free, easy to read, pleasing to the eye, and Google-friendly. Anika has ten years of experience in teaching and facilitating. She has taught English to language learners of all ages in places like Ecuador and Malaysia, has tutored high schoolers in SAT prep, and has led several youth empowerment programs. Anika earned her B.A. in Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies from Grinnell College and her Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University. When she’s not scouring the web for the perfect gif for the blog or strategizing for educational equity, Anika can be found bingeing Netflix, searching Spotify for gems for her workout playlist, or obsessively reading the news. LinkedIn
What is a percentile anyway? Check out this post to learn how to use your ACT percentiles to see how you compare to other students who’ve taken the ACT!
For a top-notch ACT English score, you need to know your grammar rules inside and out. More than half of the questions in the ACT English section test your understanding of English grammar, known on the ACT as “Conventions of Standard English” questions. Although this post won’t go through ALL the English rules to know […]
Looking for the best online ACT prep? From apps to websites, this post has you covered!
Based on percentiles, a good SAT Subject Test score could be a lot higher than a good score on the regular SAT test. Find out what score you should aim for!
Math can be tricky. Here’s your chance to turn the tables and apply these easy-to-apply tricks that will let you rule math as opposed to let math rule you.
Now that we have access to more digital resources than ever, physical SAT prep options seem to be a relic of the past. However, considering that the SAT is still a paper-based test, there’s something to be said for putting pen to paper when it comes to SAT prep. Here’s a list of some free, printable materials that […]
The SAT Subject Test score range is between 200 and 800 for all tests. Click on this post for more information about SAT Subject Tests!
The SAT test standard deviation values for 2015 is 116 points for Critical Reading, 120 points for Math, and 115 points for Writing. More 2015 standard deviation values based on different groups of students (think: race, gender, grade in school, etc.) can be found in this report by the College Board. Unfortunately, the new SAT test […]
Unfamiliar with standard deviation? No problem! Here’s all you need to know to ace New SAT Math Standard Deviation questions.
If you’re running out of time on the SAT essay, don’t panic! Instead, follow these tips to make sure you’re on the right track for finishing your essay.