If you want to write a compelling essay, highlighting your strengths and making your admissions application stand out from the rest, here are four mistakes to avoid at all costs. If, on the other hand, your goal is to write an essay so bad that stories will be told of its incoherence, this is the way to do it . . .
Month: July 2019
Magnets aren’t magnetizing? Fertilizer for food? Hopper in Hawaiian shirts? Strange things are once again afoot in the not-so-sleepy town of Hawkins, Indiana. But El and the gang don’t hold a monopoly on “strange.” Just consider these facts about the SAT:
Practice makes perfect. You’ve heard the expression, right? Whatever your enterprise — music lessons, sports, ballet classes, drivers ed, or ACT and SAT prep — well-meaning coaches, teachers, and mentors all recite the same refrain.
Has your SAT math score plateaued at a 700? Are you oscillating between a 650 and a 750? Do you always miss just one question and it’s driving you insane? Here are some tips to push you to a perfect score!
Congratulations! You studied for months. You showed up on SAT Saturday with way-too-many #2 pencils in tow. You did your absolute best, and you’ve waited dutifully for weeks to receive your test score. Now, finally . . .
Are you a high school sophomore or junior? Are all your friends studying for the SAT or ACT this summer? Has everyone around you been talking about college entrance exams but you are too overwhelmed to start your prep? Here are 5 questions you should answer to jumpstart your test prep and make sure you can hit the ground running.
Testing anxiety is a complicated phenomenon felt by many students. Its reach is vast, and its grip is chilling. It can cause even the brightest test takers to freeze up on exam day.