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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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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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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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Rachel Wisuri

SAT VoCATulary: Learn Vocabulary with Cats

Hello Magooshers! Do you like cats and vocabulary? Good, so do we. Below, our furry little friends will teach us some new vocabulary words. Who said studying had to be boring? Let us know if you’d like to see more posts like this in the comments below! 🙂   This cat is a total drama […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Best College Admissions Blog of the Week – February 20-27

It’s me again! 🙂 This week’s top 5 list (in no particular order) includes advice on college decisions, financial aid, gap years, and lots more. As always, leave any questions, comments or suggestions below, and I’ll be very excited to read them! 3 Steps You Should Take before Receiving Your College Decision Letters: It’s not […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Best College Admissions Blog of the Week – February 12-19

Happy Thursday, folks! Check out this week’s top 5 list (in no particular order) of the best college prep advice I’ve found across the web. This list is complete with tips for how to write winsome essays, find summer internships, attend college fairs, and lots more! 🙂 Hey Guys! Let’s Go to a (College) Fair!: […]

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Chris Lele

Book Review – Insider’s Complete Guide to SAT Vocabulary

Even I—SAT vocabulary teacher—have bad memories when it comes to learning SAT Vocabulary. I was probably in the 9th grade when my Dad told me to go into my room and memorize this long list of words; I could only come out when I learned them all. It took awhile (I could come out for […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 1: Common Words

Preparing for the SAT doesn’t have to be boring. There are plenty of ways to jazz up the study process, especially with vocabulary. Enter our first Vocabulary Crossword! 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 you […]

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Chris Lele

Review: PWN the SAT – Math Guide

We rarely know the face behind an SAT test prep book. Big name companies will slap their name on the cover without ever giving us a sense of who exactly the contributor(s) were. Are they perfect SAT scorers? Do they have years of experience refining the techniques they trumpet between the covers? One might argue, […]

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