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Chris Lele

SAT Grammar: Semicolons

Semicolons are the bane of many a student on the SAT. As soon as they see one they think run-on sentence or verbiage. The SAT definitely plays on this fear by including many correct answers in the Identifying the Error portion of the Writing Section. Below, I’ve included a few useful tips and examples to […]

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Chris Lele

Idioms on the SAT: Writing Practice Questions

Oh those SAT idioms – the bane of every SAT test taker. Yes, it is true.  Even those who have an ear for the proper idioms often find the rest of the writing section a breeze. While there is no one way to master idioms, a combination of approaches should help. One approach is practice […]

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Chris Lele

Make SAT Vocab Fun

  Mnemonics The word lambaste means to criticize someone harshly. By the time you finish this post you’ll probably have forgotten that. Now, what if I tell you to imagine somebody who always criticizes you (I can already picture my high school P.E. teacher). I want you to imagine that that person’s head has been […]

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Chris Lele

How to Remember SAT Vocabulary

  Look it up Whenever you encounter a new word, look it up. I know – you’re probably thinking that you can usually guess the meaning of a word based on context. But if you never look up words you can never really confirm how accurate your guesses are. And the more you know and […]

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Chris Lele

Learning SAT Vocabulary

I know – it’s probably the number one thing you dread about having to study for the SAT. Some even take the easy way out by never even learning a word. After all there are only 19 Sentence Completions on the entire test (the Sentence Completions are those pesky fill-in-the-blank questions). But if you think […]

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Chris Lele

10 Most Difficult SAT Questions

Think you can handle the toughest, most diabolical questions in Magoosh SAT and New SAT Prep? Give them a shot, then leave a comment letting us know how you did!

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