There are several states that provide the SAT for free. This page lists those states and explains how to take advantage of this service.
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Get your scores up with our comprehensive three month SAT study plan, containing week by week instructions for an SAT study schedule you can stick to!
SAT accommodations from the College Board are available to qualifying students. Read about how to get extra time on the SAT, and other accommodations.
Looking for a little help prepping for the SAT Math section? In this video, Magoosh’s SAT expert Chris introduces the Work Formula and goes over several SAT practice questions to help you get comfortable with using the Work Formula on your own. Watch the embedded video below, or scroll down for a full video transcript. […]
We’re excited to announce that the Vocabulary Builder Workbook has officially been released on Amazon! Whether you need to learn these words for a test, hope to improve your writing, or simply become a sharper thinker, this book is here to help with 1,400 important words (and much more)!
Over the years, I’ve taught vocabulary to many students. These words have been spread across the Internet and aren’t so easy to find. For the first time, I’ve collected many of these words (and some new ones!) in one easy to access place: the Vocabulary Builder Workbook. Read on to learn more!
Wishing you had an SAT score predictor? Try Magoosh’s SAT Diagnostic Test to get a sense of where you are in your studies, and the best ways to prepare.
Wondering how to study for the SAT when you have only a month to go ? Check out our One Month SAT Study Schedule, a comprehensive day-by-day guide to help you prepare for the test!
It can be overwhelming to prepare to go to college (university) in a different country—and US college admissions can be a long and stressful process. There are a few logistical things that you’ll want to keep in mind as you prepare to take the SAT exam in India, including test dates, locations, fees, and special […]
Studying for an SAT Retake First off, you need to ask yourself: what could I have done better. Now I’m not talking about a catch-all explanation (“I was tired” or “my pacing was off”). I want you to think of this as a crime-scene investigation, the kind you see in T.V. procedurals in which every […]