With Score Choice, students can choose which scores to send. But some colleges demand to see all SAT scores. Read on to find out more.
A diagnostic test is a test that one takes without any preparation to see where they stand on the material to be tested. If you’re thinking of taking the SAT sometime in the future, you should definitely take an SAT diagnostic test if you haven’t already. Even if you are an excellent test taker, an […]
Well, hello 9th graders, parents of 9th graders, or 10th graders who recently took the AP US Government exam and came to this page by searching “Die AP Gov Die!!!” If you’re in the latter group, I’m sorry. This post won’t help you (the opposite actually), but maybe ice cream will? For those who are […]
Based on their circumstances, every student will have a different SAT goal score as well as different ways of figuring it out. Here are a few of them.
SAT success is just as much about how you approach studying as it is about what you study. Let’s look at 10 ways to improve your SAT score.
This is the final post in a series of 4 posts about a new SAT essay prompt. Read on to see an example of an essay that would score a 2.
Here’s an example of what a 4-point essay looks like for the new SAT essay. This is part 3 of a series of 4 sample essays for on a new SAT essay prompt.
Here’s an example of a New SAT Essay that would have gotten scores of 6s. We have examples of New SAT essays of all scores: check them out!
Since its advent, the SAT has been heralded as an unquestionable requirement for entry to any given college or university in America. But in more recent years, many experts and even college institutions have been questioning the validity of the SAT and whether its necessity for college admissions should be maintained. It’s therefore a good idea to get a complete picture of the SAT before signing up for the big test.
This is part one of a series of four attempts to answer a new SAT essay prompt, so that you can try it yourself and evaluate your essay with our examples.