What You Should Know For Your First SAT Test

What You Should Know For Your First SAT Test

So you're going to be taking your first SAT test soon. What do you need to know going in?   1. Reading Regularly Makes the Biggest Difference on the Reading Section If you read casually, you have a big advantage over your peers. It's an advantage that can be...

6 Common Mistakes on the Math SAT

6 Common Mistakes on the Math SAT

The SAT's Math Section is a little notorious for it's tricky questions. No worries. Here are the six most common SAT Math mistakes and how to avoid them.   1. Simple Mistakes You drop a variable, mis-add something, or make one of those small, itty-bitty mistakes...

5 Things that Make a Good SAT Tutor

5 Things that Make a Good SAT Tutor

So you've decided to get a tutor! Maybe you need help with a specific SAT section, need someone to stay accountable to, or maybe you just want to get as close to that perfect score as possible. What should you be looking for in an SAT Tutor? Here are five things that...

How to Find Time to Study for the SAT

How to Find Time to Study for the SAT

Finding time to study for the SAT can seem like an uphill battle. You're already balancing schoolwork, friends, family, and extracurricular activities. Adding a couple of hours of SAT practice to all that can seem impossible. Here are a couple tips to find time to...

How to Feel Prepared for the SAT

How to Feel Prepared for the SAT

Going into the test feeling prepared doesn't just feel good, it also can bring up your score! Having confidence in your abilities helps you move through the problems quickly and with minimum exhaustion. Don't stress yourself out unnecessarily. Here's how to feel...

When Should I Start Preparing for the SAT?

When Should I Start Preparing for the SAT?

Most students say they wish they'd started preparing for the SAT around the end of sophomore year. Starting early ensures that there's time to cement foundational skills while allowing time to build more test-specific skills. Honestly, if you're in high school,...

How to Raise Your SAT Reading Speed

How to Raise Your SAT Reading Speed

Your reading speed can make or break your SAT reading score. The reading SAT requires you to read each page-long passage in about 3-4 minutes* while fully absorbing the context and meaning of the passage. The first passage, often fiction, is often the easiest passage...

How to Finish Your SAT Under the Time Limit

How to Finish Your SAT Under the Time Limit

So, you've taken the SAT and you weren't able to finish under time. You had to guess on those questions you didn't make it to, and those lost points haunt you still. Well, good news, here's Also, make sure to check if extra time is available to you. If you qualify for...

How to Find an Interesting Book To Read

How to Find an Interesting Book To Read

The number one way to improve your score on the SAT reading section is to read regularly.   1. Make a list of your interests and books you like Start off with a list of stuff you know you like. If you've read any books that you've liked before, go ahead and write...

8 Stretches to Do During the SAT Break

8 Stretches to Do During the SAT Break

The SAT at times can be a test of endurance as well as of intelligence. You have to sit for about three hours with only one ten minute break, and one five minute break in between tests, and even longer if you have extended time. How do you avoid stiff muscles or a...

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