We at Magoosh know this is a challenging time for everyone, and right now our #1 concern is that you are safe and healthy! We also want to help you navigate SAT cancellations and anticipate what to do next. Recently, May 2 and June 6 SAT testing dates were cancelled. This was to comply with […]
Taking standardized tests like the SAT can be expensive. Here at Magoosh, we believe everyone deserves an equal shot at academic achievement, no matter what’s in your bank account. We’re excited to share this comprehensive list of free SAT resources, including eBooks, practice tests, flashcards, study plans, and more!
Looking for that perfect SAT study guide? Our Magoosh experts have put together the best FREE SAT info you need to succeed on test day!
Is your state among the states that require the ACT or SAT? Find out what your state requires here before you start testing!
There are several states that provide the SAT for free. This page lists those states and explains how to take advantage of this service.
If applying to college isn’t confusing enough (and believe me, it’s a maze!), applying to schools internationally can be even more demanding. Between asking teachers to write recommendation letters and navigating the documents you need to include in your applications, you also have to find time to study for and take the SAT and/or ACT! […]
In March 2016, the College Board released the new SAT. Let’s crunch the numbers to see what this means for first-time test takers.
The new SAT may be over, but the wait has just begun. March 5, 2016 SAT scores will be released May 10, 2016, later than normal. Find out why.
It can be overwhelming to prepare to go to college (university) in a different country—and US college admissions can be a long and stressful process. There are a few logistical things that you’ll want to keep in mind as you prepare to take the SAT exam in India, including test dates, locations, fees, and special requirements.
Although much has been written comparing and contrasting the New and Old SAT, the New SAT and the ACT, and every other conceivable combination, there’s been relatively little discussion of the behind-the-scenes repercussions of having a brand new test.