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The Math SAT contains Computations, Algebra, Probability, Functions, and Geometry. Here are five practice problems that demonstrate each type of question.
Knowing these 50 words will give your teen a leg up on the SAT verbal section.
Ongoing music education has been shown to help children across a wide range of criteria - including overall academic performance. What does that mean?
There are some simple tricks for the SAT that every test taker should have that don't cost a thing. Here are some quick tips to help your teen ace the test.
How can you help your teen avoid choking on the day of the SAT test? Here are some expert stressbusters to ease test anxiety and help your teen succeed.
Parenting a teenager has never been easy, but come SAT time, the road can get a little rocky. Here are some tips to help your child ace the SAT essay.
Teens with stellar SAT results haven't just given themselves a leg up to a great school, they've also scored themselves a publishing gig.
Ed Carroll, Executive Director of High School Programs for the Princeton Review, gives these tips on how to ace the SAT.
The SAT has long been a standard for high school students across the country, but recently, it’s been feeling some heat from a competitor – the ACT.
Looking for help with ACT math? Check out these study suggestions, practice question resources and test taking strategies.
Foreign students can now achieve a U.S. high school diploma without ever leaving their home country.  How online coursework is changing the face of education.
Determining which test—the SAT or ACT—best represents a student’s academic achievement and aptitude is a crucial tactic in a well-planned approach to college
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