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SAT® Scores: What They Mean and How to Do Your Best on the Test

The SAT exam is a standardized test used to measure the knowledge and education of students wishing to move on to secondary school—whether that is a state university, local community college, or more prestigious private college. These scores measure students’ ability to synthesize information pre...
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25 “A” Words You Should Know BEFORE Taking the SAT® Exam

There is no way to know which words you’ll actually encounter on the SAT exam, but it doesn’t hurt to familiarize yourself with as many as you can. Here are 25 “A” words you’ll have a decent chance of seeing again on test day: Word———- Meaning Abash———- To feel embarra...
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SAT® Test Tips

Before taking the SAT exam, keep in mind several things to be effective in showing what you know. The following guidelines can help you avoid getting bogged down in the details. (You may want to bookmark this page and read it again a day or two before the test, just to refresh!) Be familiar w...
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4 Ways to Improve Your SAT Score

Want to improve you SAT score? Here are simple tricks to get you closer to a 2400: Don’t be afraid to leave it blank- While you shouldn’t skip every answer you’re feeling uncertain about, you aren’t penalized for not answering a question. If you have absolutely no clue which option is correct, l...
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