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Category: SAT Practice

Rachel Wisuri

Challenge Question #2: Win a Free Magoosh Account

Answer this question, and you could win a free Magoosh account.  Every month, we’ll have a new challenge question. You can see past challenges here. Here’s how to do it: 1. Submit an answer and explanation in the comments of this post by 2PM PST on Thursday, May 1st. 2. I will pick the comment with […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Video Friday: Math Challenge Question

Here’s what you know: Circle with lines AC and AB AC = diameter Triangle base AB = 4 Circumference = 8pi Now watch the video and see if you solve the problem in 2 minutes! If you can, kudos to you. 🙂 If you get stuck, no worries! Keep watching the video, and I’ll guide […]

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Lucas Fink

How to Study SAT Math

There’s a special recipe for acing SAT math. It’s a very specific blend of knowing the material (doing your school homework counts a lot for this) and knowing the test. Studying for the SAT, then, is a balance between the two. How do you make it work?   Learn From Your Math Mistakes Let’s say […]

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Margarette Jung

Free Video Explanations: SAT Blue Book, 2nd Edition’s Practice Test #1

Hi, all! We just recorded video explanations for every question in Practice Test #1 of the 2nd Edition SAT Blue Book! You can find all of the videos here. Let us know how you like them (and whether you’d like us to record more of these) by commenting below :). Happy studying! 🙂

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 2: More Common Words

Studying new vocab can wear on the senses. That’s why it’s important to vary your practice. A crossword is a perfect for this task. Not a way to learn words, but a great tool for reviewing. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Math Challenge – Crazy Exponents

So you probably know your exponent basics: Add the exponents, if you multiply the bases; multiply the exponents if you have an exponent to an exponent. You probably even know your negative exponents and your fraction exponents. So what could possibly go wrong, if you get an SAT question that deals with basic exponent rules? […]

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Rachel Wisuri

Challenge Question #1: Win a Free Magoosh Account

Answer this question, and you could win a free Magoosh account. 🙂 Here’s how: 1. Submit an answer and explanation in the comments of this post by 2PM on Thursday, the 20th. 2. I will pick the comment with the best explanation, and this person will win a free account! 3. Comments will remain hidden […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Friday: Writing Question Challenge

Been brushing up on your grammar chops? Think you’ve got what it takes for a difficult SAT Writing question? Well, the question below is the most difficult “Identifying the Error” question we have in our entire product. Only 17.1% of students answer it correctly. Good luck! Be sure to check your answer with the video […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Math Friday – Coordinate Plane Challenge

Every now and then, the SAT gets really diabolical and throws a coordinate geometry question without the coordinate plane. To make matters worse, the question is usually difficult to begin with—even if you had the plane. The key is to translate the information by drawing out a mini-coordinate plane. Remember, this is a timed test, […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Sentence Completions – Dual Blanks

Now let’s try an actual two-blank SAT question so you can apply some of tricks above. The mayor’s self-serving excuses proved to have a(n) ________ effect on her career—she even ________ some of her staunchest advocates restorative . . heartened negative . . misaligned palliative . . sidelined deleterious . . alienated far-reaching . . […]

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