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  • Improve Your SAT scores!

    Tips for Creating Variety While Studying for the ACT and SAT

    The ACT and SAT are very repetitive exams. Both ask the same types of questions in the same ways over and over. Because of this, studying for either exam can quickly become boring. Here are […]

     
  • ACT English and SAT Writing and Language: Tricky Wrong Answer Types

    ACT English and SAT Writing and Language: Tricky Wrong Answer Types

    The ACT English and SAT Writing and Language sections are extremely similar. This similarity extends to the types of wrong answer choices commonly employed on the tests. Some of these choices are obvious: subject-verb mismatches, […]

     
  • “Two-Part” SAT Reading Questions

    “Two-Part” SAT Reading Questions

    Two of the most challenging types of questions on the new SAT Reading section are actually paired together. The first of these questions asks you to draw some broad conclusion based on your understanding of […]

     
  • ACT English and SAT Writing and Language: Tricky Wrong Answer Types

    ACT English and SAT Writing and Language: Tricky Wrong Answer Types

    The ACT English and SAT Writing and Language sections are extremely similar. This similarity extends to the types of wrong answer choices commonly employed on the tests. Some of these choices are obvious: subject-verb mismatches, […]

     
  • Unwritten “Rules” of ACT and SAT Multiple Choice

    Unwritten “Rules” of ACT and SAT Multiple Choice

    In this lesson we’re going to go “under the hood” of ACT and SAT multiple choice questions. Specifically, we’re going to examine three unwritten “rules” that apply to every multiple choice section of each exam. […]