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Category: SAT Resources

Lucas Fink

Two Weeks Before Your SAT

What should you do if you have about two weeks left until your test day? There’s a lot to cover, and there’s not much time to do it in, so you’re going to have to be smart about how you tackle SAT prep at this point. If you haven’t been studying the test at all […]

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Chris Lele

Prepping for the SAT This Summer?

The SAT is like any other skill. The more you practice, the better you get. You may very well have taken advantage of this principle by taking an SAT summer class, hiring a tutor, or tackling the test yourself. If so, there all still some important points to remember so you don’t get discourage or […]

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Chris Lele

How to Take a Practice SAT Test

The College Board, the creators of the SAT, releases a book of ten practice tests. Many students wisely use this book, as it contains actual questions from the SAT. As somebody who teaches the SAT, the book is the bible and offers the best practice out there. Simply going through each test will not translate […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Book Review – Barron’s Grammar Workbook

Lost in the tumult of SAT guides is a gem of a grammar book by Barron’s: Barron’s Grammar Workbook. It breaks down all you need to know about grammar in a succinct way. What makes this book great, in addition to its clean format and easy to follow explanations of scary grammatical terms (adjectival phrases, […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Book Review – The College Board Book (1st Edition)

Everybody has heard of the Bible. For Christians it is the one book that matter most; indeed, it is the only book that really matters. This powerful connection is used more broadly to refer to any book that is the one book you’ve got to own for whatever field it is you are studying. As […]

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Chris Lele

How to Use SAT Essay Prompts from College Board

For those SAT high achievers there are a limited number of College Board tests. Once you’ve gone through the blue book, you are forced to use questions from other publishers, and no one can write questions quite the way College Board does. However, there is one section in which you are in luck: the essay […]

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Chris Lele

The Princeton Review Cracking the SAT 2012 Book Review

Check out our list of the best SAT prep books of 2014! If I were the CEO of Princeton Review I would employ editors. Princeton Review is notorious for releasing books with thousands of questions—that have thousands of errors/typos. The sad part is the content in many of their books, like Cracking the SAT, do […]

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