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Liked the Movie? Try the Book! 10 Surprising Movies Based on Books

Our favorite: Top 10 lists! Here’s a great one from our friends at StudyMode, sharing 10 books you should definitely read if you loved the movie version. ☺   Nothing beats warm buttered popcorn, an ice-cold soda and a great movie playing on the big screen – especially in the middle of summer! We get […]

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Maddi Lee

Five TED Talks You Should Watch Before Taking the SAT

Ted talks are amazing presentations by experts in various fields. They’re also great ways to waste time and not feel like a complete vegetable. But did you know they can also help you on the SAT? These five TED talks are great ways to learn some last-minute skills and hone a healthy pre-test-day mentality…check them […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 7

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 6

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Math Formula Sheet

Many students are blown away by the fact that every SAT Math Section has a geometry cheat sheet at the very beginning (hopefully, they pick up on this before they take the actual test). Today, I’m going to do better than just rehash those formulas. I’m going to tell you which ones you should memorize […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 5

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Chris Lele

Top 10 SAT Resources

Make your study time count by using the best resources. Best SAT Resources 1. The College Board book (The Official SAT Study Guide aka “The Blue Book”) This is the holy grail of SAT test prep. Studying for the SAT without this book is like going to church without any bibles. The strategies are mediocre, […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

May 3rd Approaches! 5 Tips to Survive the SAT

It’s down to the wire, ladies and gentlemen. If you’re signed up for the SAT this Saturday (May 3rd), you should have started studying…exactly 30 days ago. But, I was in high school once. I know how it is: you add SAT prep to your calendar, you stroll down to the public library down to […]

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Chris Lele

The Princeton Review—11 Practice Tests for the SAT

Overview Unlike most of the other SAT prep books on the market, The Princeton Review’s 11 Practice Tests for the SAT and PSAT is not about strategies and test tips—it’s simply about questions. Lots of them. So if you bought this book, you are probably wondering how accurate these questions are, and how well they […]

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Lucas Fink

How to Teach the SAT

It’s funny, really. We ask a lot of our high-school teachers’ qualifications—graduate degrees, certifications, and thorough background knowledge on a subject, to name a few—but what hoops do SAT teachers and tutors have to jump through? The primary qualification you’ll see most prep companies and tutors touting is high scores. There’s no certification, no minimum […]

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