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Category: SAT Study Tips

Dana Sinclair

Snack Your Way Smarter

If you know me, you know I love to eat. I am constantly snacking between meals, looking for new recipes, and scrolling through the food section on pinterest. When I found out that certain foods can help me focus, stay awake, and improve my memory, it changed my snacking life. Not to mention they are all natural and healthy.

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Chris Lele

Top Ten Ways to Prepare for the New SAT Exam

So, you know that you have to perform well on the new SAT exam in order to have your pick of colleges — but where do you start? These ten best SAT study tips will help you get your SAT prep started. Some of the tips are easier than you might think!   1. Read […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Last-Minute SAT Tips: YouTube Edition

It’s that time of the year again! If you’re scheduled to take the SAT this Saturday, then you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’ve been studying all month to get ready, or if you’ve just begun a last-minute cram session, check out the tips below for more guidance in these next 2 days before […]

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Dana Sinclair

SAT Anxiety: Source and Solution

Since freshman year, maybe even earlier, high schoolers have heard of the infamous SAT. Some may look at the test without worry, while many of us are filled with feelings of dread and anxiety just at the thought of it. Why does this one exam stir so much emotion in so many of us? Here are some sources of SAT anxiety and solutions to move eliminate the stress.

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Chris Lele

How to Review an SAT Practice Test at Home

Many people think taking a practice test at home is easy. You sit down, take the test, and you’re done. Right? Well, even if your concentration skills are well honed and you can sit in place for three plus hours, you’ll still have to contend with the numerous distractions. And there is a lot more to taking a practice test than simply completing every question: you have to learn from the process.

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Kristin Fracchia

How to Study for an SAT Retake

Here’s something I’ve learned as a marathoner: (Ok, I’ve run one marathon, but there are more in my future). It’s not all about putting one foot in front of the other for hours on end. There’s a physiological science behind marathon training plans so you don’t kill yourself trying to run 26.2 miles. There’s psychological […]

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Kristin Fracchia

Guide to Retaking the SAT

Alright, you’re in. You’re going to retake the SAT. Maybe you are going in with the dogged determination of Katniss Everdeen challenging President Snow. Or, literally, like this dog: Maybe you’re being dragged in kicking and screaming. Either way, you’re in. (Or maybe you’re not! In which case, check out our post Should I Retake […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Last Minute SAT Tips – Twitter Edition

Soooooooo, there’s an SAT coming up this Saturday. That means you have 2 days left to gracefully round off your months of test preparation…or to stuff in as much SAT material as your brain can handle. Regardless of which boat you fall into, I’ve pulled together some of my favorite tweets to encourage you in […]

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Kevin Rocci

More Ways to Make Studying for the SAT Suck Less

Need more than 5 ways to make studying for the SAT suck less? You’re in luck! By marc from toronto [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Listen to Dr. SAT Squirrel Esq. Stop torturing yourself with long, boring, unproductive study sessions. Jump start your studying, ignite your mind, and learn something along the way, especially when […]

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Rachel Wisuri

6 Ways to Be More Productive, According to Science

I think everyone reading this blog can agree on the following statement: we could all be a little more productive in our lives. Whether that pertains to studying, cleaning, working out, writing essays, you name it — there’s always room for improvement. Below, you’ll find 6 tips for increasing your productivity, all backed by science. That means […]

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