How can you Use Your Personality to Benefit Your SAT Test Prep

It’s been shown that different personality types can affect social interaction, productivity in the workplace and one’s learning style. The Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, a personality test that divides people into sixteen types of personalities based on their test results, has … Continue reading

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Be Careful Not to Become Overconfident When Taking the SAT Test

When students are heading back to school for the season, parents and kids are thinking about many things including: school supplies, new clothes, wondering what teacher they will get and the excitement of seeing friend again. Once students get settled, … Continue reading

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Why You Should See a College Consultant

The “real world” is more competitive than ever, and it starts with a rewarding college experience that prepares you for a successful career. But as the cost of college continues to skyrocket and admissions become more difficult, you need something … Continue reading

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A Quick SAT Study Guide for the Reading Section

For some people, the reading section is the hardest part of the SAT test. It requires you to read a passage and comprehend the passage well enough to answer questions about it. Given the time and the rush, a lot … Continue reading

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Tips for Better SAT Prep for Test Day

You do not want to spend so much time preparing for your SAT test that you stress yourself out, but you do want to put some time an effort into your SAT prep. Take the time to think about how … Continue reading

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Do you Really Need Practice Questions for Good SAT Test Prep?

Preparing for the SAT test is very important. If you go in not prepared, you may struggle to score as well as you’ like. However, if you go in with full preparations, you can score high and open many doors. … Continue reading

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Seven Wacky College Scholarships You Need to Know About

Wondering how you’re going to make ends meet when it comes time to start college? You’re not alone. Most students worry about the cost of higher education. The good news is, there are plenty of scholarships out there for you … Continue reading

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Holiday Study Tips to Keep You on Track

Tis the season for finals and last-minute homework assignments, then…winter break. Shwew, time to breathe. It’s also a difficult time to stay motivated, in terms of studying. However, taking a complete absence from your studies may not be beneficial in … Continue reading

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SAT Essay: What to Focus On

You are given twenty-five minutes on the essay portion of the SAT. Twenty-five minutes. That’s hardly enough time to formulate a thought let alone write about it. Knowing you are allotted that amount of time can, however, work in your … Continue reading

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SAT Tip: Practice. Practice. Practice.

Yes, you most likely have heard the saying “Practice makes perfect” and you probably find it annoying when a parent, school teacher, or a coach find it necessary to say it every day. However, there is a lot of truth … Continue reading

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