Both the SAT and ACT exams test students’ knowledge of where commas should be placed in a list. Unless a list is only two items long, commas should separate items, including the one before “and.” A list can contain many types of phrases, or a combination of phrases, but items in the list should always […]
Do you get colons (:) and semicolons (;) confused? Although they both can be used after an independent clause (a complete thought with a subject and verb), colons can be followed by a word, phrase, or clause whereas semicolons are followed by another independent clause. When you think about when to use a colon, you […]
Traditionally, the SAT® exam has been a paper exam administered at schools and testing centers; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this may be changing (at least in the short term).
If you’re like most students, you don’t use a lot of semicolons (;) when you’re writing, which means you’re not sure when to use them.
The good news is that your hard work hasn’t been wasted. You’re well-positioned for academic success and college acceptance even though it seems like life has hit the pause button.
Feedback from other students can save you valuable time, unnecessary expense, and a whole lot of undue stress. With that in mind, take a look at what other students are saying about UWorld . . .
The SAT Adversity Score for all its good intentions received significant backlash from parents, teachers, and school counselors. We take a look at what happened.
You know and have heard all about the SAT exam, but do you happen to know the facts ABOUT the SAT? Test your knowledge!
Read our 3 ways to maximize your study time for the SAT or ACT. Set goals and expectations. Focus on what you got wrong and why. Stay accountable. Your future self will thank you for it.
Follow our four easy steps to help you conquer the SAT Math calculator and non-calculator portions of the exam on exam day!