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Category: SAT Resources

Ronke Aderonmu

Magoosh + CollegeXpress: High Schooler’s Guide to the Future

Hey there, college-bound high school students! We’re excited to announce our new “High Schooler’s Guide to the Future” eBook that we made just for you. We teamed up with our friends at CollegeXpress (they know a TON about college applications!) to produce this eBook. And combined with our expertise on test prep, we’re confident that […]

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Cassidy Mayeda

SAT Essay Theme: Relationships

Welcome to the next installment in our 10 post series of SAT Essay Theme Guides! No, for once in your young adult lives we ARE NOT TALKING ABOUT LOVE. We are talking about communication styles, power/respect dynamics, and how people react in groups. So you can drop all your essay ideas based on Romeo and […]

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Lucas Fink

4 Ways to Cram for the PSAT

If I was being totally honest, I’d say the title of this post is misleading. Kind of a lie, even—the PSAT includes so much material that it’s impossible to cram for. But scrap that. I’m going to tell you what you want to hear, instead: it’s totally possible to cram for the PSAT. I’ll even […]

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Rita Neumann

What to Bring to the SAT

Fear of the unknown is a big cause of pre-SAT stress. But it doesn’t have to be. The SAT is a known entity! Many of us have taken it (multiple times) and we have wisdom to share. So, if you’re stressed because you don’t know what to expect on Saturday, you’re not alone. Let us […]

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Cassidy Mayeda

SAT Essay Theme: Heroes & Role Models

Welcome to the fourth post in our SAT Essay Theme series! We are mixing things up and posting this week’s installment on Wednesday instead of Tuesday. I know – we’re wild and crazy kids. Enjoy! Are the only heroes you’ve ever looked up to Avengers characters? The only inspirational quotes you’ve ever written down are […]

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Rita Neumann

Best Free SAT Vocabulary Resources

SAT vocabulary can be tough. It’s definitely a step above the vocab level that you’re supposed to attain in high school. In fact, the SAT expects you to have a college-level vocabulary in order to get past their critical reading and sentence completion sections. The last thing that you want on a 25-minute SAT section […]

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Lucas Fink

Magoosh’s SAT Q&A

Your SAT exam is right around the corner, and I know that you have many burning questions. To help you out, I made a video where I answer the top 5 most frequently asked questions about the SAT. Watch for important last-minute advice and information! SAT Frequently Asked Questions To recap, I answered the questions: […]

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Maddi Lee

Top Ten Online Tools to Improve Your SAT Writing Score

There are tons of great resources out there as you study for the SAT! The SAT Writing section can be difficult to study for—especially the essay section. Here are tons of online tools you can use to set you on that road to your ideal score!   1) Writer’s Digest Writer’s Digest has tons of […]

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Rita Neumann

The October SAT is Exactly 1 Month Away!

Don’t panic … these things have a way of sneaking up on you. In case it slipped your mind, the next SAT is on October 11, 2014 – exactly one month from today.   What if you forgot to register? It’s fine. If you have to take the October SAT, you can still register for […]

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Maddi Lee

SAT Essay Theme: Morality

This is the third post in our marvelously marvelous series of 10 10 SAT Essay Theme Guides. Make sure to leave a comment with any questions at all! We’re not that scary!  This week’s essay theme is Morality. Morality is, by definition, the very thing that most teenagers lack. We are all evil beings. Essays […]

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