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Category: SAT

Rachel Kapelke-Dale

SAT Diagnostic Test: How Will You Score on the SAT?

Wishing you had an SAT score predictor? Try Magoosh’s SAT Diagnostic Test to get a sense of where you are in your studies, and the best ways to prepare.

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

SAT Question of the Day: Practice Daily for a Better Score

Regular practice, even for an hour or less each day, is key to improving your SAT score. Get your daily dose of SAT with Magoosh’s SAT Question of the Day!

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

Your Complete, Free SAT Study Guide (eBook)

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!

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Lucas Fink

How to Study for the SAT: Your One Month Study Plan

Wondering how to study for the SAT when you have only a month to go ? Check out our One Month SAT Study Schedule, a comprehensive day-by-day guide to help you prepare for the test!

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Molly Kiefer

NYU SAT and ACT Scores: What You Need to Get In

Everything you need to know about current NYU SAT scores (and ACT scores too!) plus advice on how to get your own scores where you want them.

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

States that Require the ACT or SAT

Is your state among the states that require the ACT or SAT? Find out what your state requires here before you start testing!

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Thomas Broderick

SAT Math: Word Problems

You like words, Magooshers? You know, the things you’re reading right now? I bet there are certain words you’re always happy to hear: ‘dessert,’ ‘free,’ and ‘warm,’ are just a few nice words that come to mind. But we all have some words that we don’t like. If you’re studying for the SAT Math Test, […]

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

States That Provide the SAT for Free

There are several states that provide the SAT for free. This page lists those states and explains how to take advantage of this service.

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Thomas Broderick

How to Use the College Board Blue Book for New SAT Prep

The College Board Blue Book is nearly 800 pages long. In this article, learn how to make it a valuable study aide in getting ready for the SAT!

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Elizabeth Peterson

SAT Writing: Verb Tense & Mood

In this article, we explain what verb tense and mood errors appear on the SAT and which words can help you spot them and correct them. Check it out!

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