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Rachel Wisuri

Student Post: My Experience With the SAT

Today, we’re hearing about Andres’ experience with the SAT. He studied with a tutor, and used Magoosh for extra practice and prep. 🙂 Here’s what Andres has to say about his experience with the SAT!  The first time I took the SAT was in December 2014. I must say I was certainly pleased with my […]

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Rita Neumann

Introducing the Magoosh Team YouTube Channel!

Check us out for interviews with the Magoosh team, including this one with Magoosh CEO, Bhavin Parikh! You’ll learn more about Magoosh’s mission and the people behind your prep. We hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to subscribe and share with your friends. 🙂 Video suggestions? Leave them in the comments, below.  

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Nadira Berman

The Best Study Breaks

For many of us, final exams are coming up. Which usually means long hours of studying, a lot of time spent indoors, and not much sleep. So it makes sense that our brains are feeling a little worn out. Sometimes the best cure for the finals blues is taking a break. Here are the best […]

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Rachel Wisuri

Share your SAT Story: Get Published On Our Blog!

Do you want to share your SAT experience with us and the world? This is your chance to become a guest author on the Magoosh SAT blog and have your work read by our community. You’ll be able to help and inspire all of these students by sharing your story, while improving your online brand. […]

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Rachel Wisuri

Student Post: Jen’s Experience with the SAT

Today, we’re hearing about Jen’s experience with the SAT. She has some great tips on studying (and on life as well!). Thanks, Jen! 🙂  About me: Hello! My name is Giang but everyone calls me Jen. I’m an exchange student from Vietnam and now living with my host family in McCordsville, Indiana. This cultural exchange program has […]

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Lucas Fink

How to Teach the SAT

It’s funny, really. We ask a lot of our high-school teachers’ qualifications—graduate degrees, certifications, and thorough background knowledge on a subject, to name a few—but what hoops do SAT teachers and tutors have to jump through? The primary qualification you’ll see most prep companies and tutors touting is high scores. There’s no certification, no minimum […]

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