You like words, Magooshers? You know, the things you’re reading right now? I bet there are certain words you’re always happy to hear: ‘dessert,’ ‘free,’ and ‘warm,’ are just a few nice words that come to mind. But we all have some words that we don’t like. If you’re studying for the SAT Math Test, […]
By this point, all the big test prep book publishers (I’m talking College Board, Princeton Review, Kaplan, and Barron’s) have released a book for the redesigned SAT. But not all New SAT prep books are created equal: some you’ll want to use in their entirety (though only a few), others you’ll want to use only […]
There are several states that provide the SAT for free. This page lists those states and explains how to take advantage of this service.
Update: This post contains data on Harvard SAT Scores based on Harvard’s class of 2020. So You Want to Go to Harvard… You dream of singing the fight song as the Harvard Crimson thrash Yale at Harvard Stadium. You want to join the ranks of such notable alumni as FDR, Bill Gates, and Conan O’Brien. […]
The College Board Blue Book is nearly 800 pages long. In this article, learn how to make it a valuable study aide in getting ready for the SAT!
The school year is in full swing. Before the fun of Winter Break, it’s time to take the new SAT this Saturday, December 3rd, 2016. Have you prepared for the New SAT? You’ve hopefully already been doing some SAT prep… but more prep materials can’t hurt. Magoosh has you covered! First, drop by the Magoosh SAT […]
In this article, we explain what verb tense and mood errors appear on the SAT and which words can help you spot them and correct them. Check it out!
Math can be tricky. Here’s your chance to turn the tables and apply these easy-to-apply tricks that will let you rule math as opposed to let math rule you.
Wondering what good SAT scores can do for you? No need to look any further. In this article, we’re talking about turning SAT scores into scholarships.
A Handy SAT Math Shortcut – N2 – 1 Many of us have a pretty good sense of what the squares of the first 15 integers are. Sure, you might be a bit shaky on ‘13’ and ‘14’ but you should be comfortable with the rest. Just to be sure, I’ll reproduce those below: 1^2 […]