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Retaking the ACT? 5 Ways to Improve Your Score

As you’re reading, see how many of the top ACT vocab words you can find in this post. Improving your test scores is not just about cramming new information into your head, it’s about integrating it into everything you do! Retaking the ACT requires a certain amount of tenacity. Very few high school students enjoy […]

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Top Computer Science Programs for Women

Despite massive growth in computer science employment opportunities over the past decade, women are still highly underrepresented.

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David Recine

When Will the ACT Start Computer-Based Testing?

Word on the street is that the ACT will eventually ditch paper-based tests. But when will the ACT start computer-based testing?

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Sarah Bradstreet

5+ Example APUSH DBQ Questions

Sample APUSH DBQ questions help you get prepared to write a killer essay on test day.

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Sarah Bradstreet

American System: APUSH Topics to Study for Test Day

American System APUSH questions will center on the purpose and components Henry Clay’s economic plan for the United States in the early 19th century.

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Sarah Bradstreet

Crash Course in AP US History

Looking for crash course AP US History? Here are some resources to try that can help you get prepared for the APUSH exam fast.

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Shaun Ault

AP Calculus Review: Intermediate Value Theorem

What is the Intermediate Value Theorem? Basically, it’s the property of continuous functions that guarantees no gaps in the graph between two given points. In this article, what you need to know about Intermediate Value Theorem for the AP Calculus exams. The Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT) Here’s the statement of the theorem: Suppose f is […]

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Sarah Bradstreet

The Dawes Act: APUSH Topics to Study for Test Day

To successfully answer Dawes Act APUSH questions, be sure to understand the provisions and consequences of this 1887 law concerning Native American lands.

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Shaun Ault

AP Calculus Review: Implicit Variation

Implicit variation (or implicit differentiation) is a technique for finding derivatives of certain equations. Here’s how to use it on AP Calculus problems.

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Jamie Goodwin

The Hartford Convention: APUSH Topics to Study for Test Day

What should you know for the APUSH exam? Check out these Hartford Convention review facts to help you prepare for exam day.

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