Anika is an editor for Magoosh's company and exam blogs. She has a master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University and is passionate about helping students discover their full potential. When she's not thinking about educational equity, you'll find her vibing to her latest discoveries on Spotify or complaining about how she hasn't been to the gym in weeks.
Improving one’s ability to do mental math has always been a good idea, but now with the no-calculator math section, it’s lately been a popular topic. While you’re not expected to know how to add or subtract 3-digit numbers or do 2-digit multiplications mentally, but for medium sums, this skill can go a long way on […]
Very few people would say that they enjoy preparing for the SAT. Well, okay, I was one of them, but only because I trained myself to do so. Whether you’re self-studying or doing assignments for a class or tutor, here’s how to beat procrastination and motivate yourself to reach all your SAT goals. Follow […]
There are a variety of reasons why students would consider taking the SAT Spanish Subject Test. Here’s everything you would need to know about it in a nutshell.
Hey there, parents! Here’s a special article for you and how you can help your student have the best SAT test prep experience possible.
Whether you’re a week, a few short days, or a day away from the SAT, here are some things you can do last minute to optimize your test-taking performance.
Here’s a sample essay prompt for the new SAT essay and how to annotate the passage to find supporting details for analyzing the passage’s argument.
When you ask the experts, they all seem to agree that for most students, five to eight colleges is enough to secure at least one acceptance letter, as long as you are smart about it.
Ideally, students shouldn’t take the SAT more than 3, maybe 4 times, except under rare circumstances. Read on to find out why.
You have might have heard of active reading (underlining and note-taking). But did you know that this skill can come pretty handy on SAT math? It’s true!
Freaking out about the new no-calculator math section on the SAT? Don’t! Just practice the following strategies and you’ll do great!