Because triangles have so many interesting properties that build upon each other, you can count on seeing them on the new SAT. Although the problems that you will encounter won’t necessarily be difficult, the key lies in being able to figure out which property or concept to use in order to get to the answer. […]
A period isn’t the only way to end a sentence on the SAT, but how do you know when it should be an exclamation point or even a colon? Find out here.
The SAT test standard deviation values for 2015 is 116 points for Critical Reading, 120 points for Math, and 115 points for Writing. More 2015 standard deviation values based on different groups of students (think: race, gender, grade in school, etc.) can be found in this report by the College Board. Unfortunately, the new SAT test […]
As you study for the SAT, certain note-taking approaches are especially helpful. Here are some tips on how to take good SAT prep notes.
Nervous about pronouns on the SAT? We’ve got you covered. Here, we cover the major types of pronouns and how they should and should not be used.
Quadratic equations giving you trouble on the SAT? Check out this post for all you need to know about solving quadratic equations on the new SAT math.
The new SAT means that there’s also a new scoring system. See the old SAT to new SAT Math score comparisons in this handy-dandy chart!
The SAT French Subject Test is a great idea if you’ve taken French throughout high school. In this article, learn about what to expect on test day.
What’s the difference between the SAT 1 and SAT 2? We explain the features of each and why you might want to consider taking an SAT Subject Test.
Thinking about retaking an SAT Subject Test? Before you sign up, check out this article to learn about the decision’s pros and cons.