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How to Write an SAT Essay (Or Any Essay for That Matter)

How to Write an SAT Essay (Or Any Essay for That Matter)

Ever since the essay section had been introduced to the SAT exam students have been anxious and nervous. Find out how to write a winning essay and erase any unnecessary stress related to taking the test.

Since 2005 the SAT exam has featured a section requiring test-takers to write an essay. This essay is aimed at gauging both a student’s writing ability as well as critical thinking. In recent years there has also been a growing disparity between the grades received on the quantitative section and the verbal section. Student’s develop anxiety over these less popular sections of the …

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Remembering the SAT’s, 10 Years Later

Remembering the SAT's, 10 Years Later

Learn how my experience preparing for the SAT helped me prepare for the GRE ten years later. Remembering what worked and what steps were missing from previous test-preparation can help in creating a successful study schedule for any standardized exam.

Currently I find myself in the process of preparing to take the GRE exam. The GRE is a standardized test used by many leading universities as a way to gauge a student’s readiness for a Master’s Program. Although I am still narrowing down the exact Master’s program I would like to complete I am certain that I have been …

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How Studying for The SATs Changed My College GPA

How Studying for The SATs Changed My College GPA

Studying for the SAT exam is a sure fire way to raise your test score and attend a good college. Find out how studying for the test also helps maximize grades when attending college.

Recently I graduated from a competitive college with a GPA over 3.5. I have already started an internship and began the process of preparing for the GMAT exam. I am told that my future looks bright and that if I continue my hard work financial success will be an achievable goal. I am shocked at all of this and the reason why is because in …

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Make English Your Strong Point on the SAT Exam

Make English Your Strong Point on the SAT Exam

Over the past several years there has been a growing disparity between the math and English grades on the SAT exam. Find out how to reverse the trend and make the verbal section of the SAT exam your strong point.

Test-takers preparing for the SATs generally tend to fear the verbal section slightly more than the quantitative. There is no science to explain this phenomenon but if an educated guess had to be made it would that math can be defined by a series of formulas, there are no formulas, however, when it comes to deciphering the meaning of words. …

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Preparing For the SATs Like a Marathon Runner

Preparing For the SATs Like a Marathon Runner

Find out the similarities between a standardized exam like the SAT and a marathon race and how the same methods of preparation can be applied to both. The SATs are strenuous both mentally and physically, but with the right exercises you can maximize your potential and guarantee focus come test day.

The SAT exam is known for many characteristics. There’s the quantitative section, verbal, the vocabulary that you need to memorize and math formulas that you need to study. Years after taking the test the only memory you will have left, however, is the length. It is for this reason …

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