Margarette works on marketing strategy for Magoosh and makes a lot of fun spreadsheets. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a double major in English Literature and Linguistics. Working at Magoosh combines many of her favorite things: using email keyboard shortcuts, finding patterns, and thinking about the future of the Internet. She also enjoys dystopian fiction, Chipotle, and learning about learning.
Are you taking the October SAT? Do you like to “forget” to study? You should sign up for our one-month SAT bootcamp emails! You’ll receive a weekly email telling you what you’re supposed to do that week, so you won’t have any excuses to procrastinate! You won’t be able to say, “But I don’t know […]
Update 5/9/14: This position is now closed! We are not currently hiring for any more high school bloggers (but we may in the future :)). Thank you to everyone who applied! Hi, all! We are looking for a current high school junior or senior in the to write blog posts about the SAT and college […]
Hi, all! We just recorded video explanations for every question in Practice Test #1 of the 2nd Edition SAT Blue Book! You can find all of the videos here. Let us know how you like them (and whether you’d like us to record more of these) by commenting below :). Happy studying! 🙂
An essay-grader previously employed by College Board is currently doing a Reddit IAMA (I am a….), where he answers any and all questions about his experience: http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/qt5xw/by_request_i_was_an_sat_essay_scorer_ama/ An interesting read, if you’re interested in what sort of method they use to grade and interesting trends they see across essays! One of my favorite insights: