As a Summer Marketing Intern, Nadira is excited to help high schoolers prepare for the SAT and ACT. As a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, she is considering studying economics. In her free time, she reports for the school newspaper and styles photo shoots for the school's fashion magazine. Besides fashion and journalism, her passions include bagels, smoothies and Netflix.
Looking back at the semester, there are several things I wish I had done that definitely would have made my life easier during finals season. By listing them here, I hope to remind you all (and my future self) of ways to stay on stop of your work during the semester, so that finals studying is a breeze.
Mock SAT tests are important for a number of reasons. They should be an integral part of your SAT studying. These tests not only familiarize you with the test format, they also allow you to practice your skills. You can see where your strengths are and where you need to improve. Mock SAT tests become […]
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Looking for ways to give your SAT score that extra boost? Check out these SAT test secrets for lesser-known ways to improve your performance.
Even if you know all of the right answers, being a slow test taker can result in a low score. Here a few ways to pick up your speed on the SAT.
When you should you start thinking about the SAT? How should you begin preparing? Here’s a timeline to help you plan your studying.
Trying to figure out which SAT subject test to take? You may want to consider which tests are easiest and which are the most challenging. After all, you want to perform well on the tests so that admissions advisors will see the highest scores. However, colleges also want to see that you’re challenging yourself, so […]
If you don’t know anything about the SAT, we’re here to fill you in. Get the answers to all of your FAQs and find out everything you need to know.
Demographics such as gender, income, ethnicity, and parental education can greatly influence students’ scores on the SAT.
College applications require many different types of testing. It can be hard to keep track of them all. Let’s compare AP tests and SAT subject tests.