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David Recine

Running Out of Time on SAT Math: What to Do

Sometimes, in spite of your best efforts, your SAT Math pacing is “off.” You lose track of time and suddenly realize your’e running out of time!

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Chris Lele

Mental Math Division | SAT Video Post

The new SAT math test means you’ll be expected to do a lot more mental math. Here’s how to do division in your head on the SAT!

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Anika Manzoor

Do Colleges See All SAT Scores?

With Score Choice, students can choose which scores to send. But some colleges demand to see all SAT scores. Read on to find out more.

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i-studentglobal

How the SAT Can Lead You to an International Education

The SAT exam can help students prepare for both admission to US universities and educational experiences abroad.

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Nadira Berman

SAT Test Secrets For A Higher Score

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.

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Nadira Berman

SAT Test Help: What to Do if You’re a Slow Test Taker

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.

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Thomas Broderick

What is the Minimum SAT Score I Need for College?

Each year millions of students wonder what is the minimum SAT score ‘good enough’ to get into their dream school. Find out in this article!

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Emily Faison

SAT Test for Gifted and Talented Programs

Taking the SAT as part of a Gifted and Talented search or program? Find out everything you need to register in this post!

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David Recine

Which SAT Scores Should I Send to Schools?

You may retake the SAT, take the separately scored New SAT Essay exam, or take an SAT subject test. So which SAT scores should you send to schools?

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Thomas Broderick

UC Berkeley SAT Subject Tests

UC Berkeley is the most prestigious (and competitive) UC. In this article, learn about what SAT Subject Tests will make you a competitive candidate.

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