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5 SAT Math Tips for the Numerically Challenged

5 SAT Math Tips for the Numerically Challenged

Nervous about the math portion of the SAT? Grab an SAT math practice test, sit down, and review these helpful tips from Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   After you've taken a SAT math practice test or two, most students can admit that the actual "math" on the SAT really isn't that tough -- it’s figuring out what they actually have to do. Sure, there may be a few shaky topics here and there or something that your teacher hasn't gone over too much, but for the most part it's not th … Read More

5 SAT Math Tips for the Numerically Challenged
Nervous about the math portion of the SAT? Grab an SAT math practice test, sit down, and review these helpful tips from Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   After you've taken a SAT math practice test or two, most students can admit that the actual "math" on the SAT really isn't that tough -- it’s figuring out what they actually have to do. Sure, there may be a few shaky topics here and there or something that your teacher hasn't gone over too much, but for the most part it's not th
4 Study Tips When You're Completely Stuck in a Rut
Feeling burned out? Reset your brain with these helpful study tips from Chicago, IL tutor Hilary B...   Do you ever feel like your brain is in a rut? It’s happened to all of us -- maybe there are a set of vocabulary words you just can’t seem to memorize, or a new concept you understand in theory but can’t seem to put into practice. Maybe you just don’t feel quite as sharp as you usually do. But one thing is certain -- feeling frustrated and angry isn’t going to help you learn anyt
Top 10 Tips for Creative Writing
Love writing, but sometimes not sure where to start? Check out these top tips for creative writing from Chicago tutor Galen B. to kickstart your imagination! Creative writing is a valuable means of self-expression, but it can be a challenging process. There are difficulties every step of the way—from confronting a blank page to battling writer’s block to finding the right way to end a piece. Whatever you’re writing, the most important thing is to not lose confidence. These 10 tips for cre
5 Common Mistakes New Language Learners Make
Before you begin learning a language, it's good to know what NOT to do along the way. In this article, self-study coach Marta Krzeminska from LinguaLift will show you 5 common mistakes people make when learning a foreign language...   1) They Think Learning Can Be Effortless Sorry to disappoint you, dear beginners. Regardless of the promises that your new course or book has made, there's no such thing as effortless learning. If only we could just sleep with a book under our pillo
5 Pro Tips for the ACT When You’ve Already Taken the SAT
Wondering about the difference between ACT and SAT? If both are part of your admission requirements for your schools of choice, you can make the most of your prep time by knowing a few simple pointers. Learn more in this guest post by Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   So by now you've taken your SAT, received your score, and just received an email from the college admissions office about your ACT. Until now, you may have never even considered the test. A few of your friends may have

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