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Author: Chris Lele

Chris Lele

Top 10 New SAT Reading Tips

SAT Expert Chris Lele gives us his top tips and best advice for the redesigned New SAT Reading test.

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Chris Lele

New SAT Math Polygons Video

Do you know your polygons for the SAT? Here’s a quick little formula that will make your life a lot easier when you come across a problem about polygons.

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Chris Lele

Top 10 New SAT Math Tips

The new SAT Math test can be overwhelming with all the concepts tested. Here are our top 10 tips from SAT expert Chris Lele for the math section.

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When SAT Scores are Bad, Now What?

Is your SAT score lower than you wanted? Here’s how to turn a bad SAT score into a good one.

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SAT Score Calculator

We’ll have everything you need to know about calculating new SAT scores right here.

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The PSAT: Your Complete Guide

Here are the basics you need to know about the PSAT and the best resources we have to help you prepare!

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SAT Score Range

Scores on the new SAT range from 400-1600, a score that combines individual section scores on the Math, which range from 200-800, and Reading/Writing, which also range from 200-800. But there are also subscores to consider…

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New SAT Essay Rhetoric Concepts (SAT Video)

The new SAT essay is very different. Instead of analyzing a topic, your job is to analyze how the author does this. In other words, his or her rhetoric.

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Who Should Take the New August SAT?

Beginning in 2017, the SAT will offer an August test date. But should you take it? Here’s who should and shouldn’t take the new summer SAT.

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Why are SAT Scores Important?

The SAT is important because it gives us a score that applies to everybody. It should not be the only piece of information, but it is an important data point, that very few schools choose to ignore.

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