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The Revised SAT: What High School Students Need to Know

The Revised SAT: What High School Students Need to Know

High school students can say "goodbye" to the SAT - the old version that is. Starting in March 2016, The College Board will introduce a redesigned SAT for students gearing up for college. So what do you need to know? The biggest difference to note is the essay portion at the end of the test. This will be an optional, timed, 50-minute essay depending on whether or not the school you are applying to requires it completed. The essay will focus on the assessment of your skills in developing a … Read More

The Revised SAT: What High School Students Need to Know
High school students can say "goodbye" to the SAT - the old version that is. Starting in March 2016, The College Board will introduce a redesigned SAT for students gearing up for college. So what do you need to know? The biggest difference to note is the essay portion at the end of the test. This will be an optional, timed, 50-minute essay depending on whether or not the school you are applying to requires it completed. The essay will focus on the assessment of your skills in developing a
5 Simple Ways To Self-Edit Your Writing
Editing your work is one of the most important steps to writing an essay! Create your checklist using these tips from Woburn, MA teacher Belynda C...   Editing is not simply about typos. There are many steps to writing an essay between the initial preparation, research, writing, and finally editing and proofreading your finished work. While proper spelling and grammar are important, there are other aspects to polished prose that need your attention. Some of these items include r
5 Must-Read Tips on Writing for Magazines
Do you dream of having your writing published in a magazine? Whether in print or online, seeing your name attached to your best work for all to see is incredibly rewarding! And there’s plenty you can do right now to work toward that goal, even if you're still in school. Just follow these top five tips on writing to pave your way. 1. Have Passion – and Persistence If you love writing, it certainly has the potential to turn into a career someday. With magazines covering a wide range of topics
10 Hilarious Frustrations Every Bilingual Can Relate To
Did you know that 26% of American adults speak another language other than English? There are a number of benefits to being bilingual, such as better cognitive abilities, higher job salary, improved creativity...the list goes on. While being bilingual has its perks, there are some frustrations that come along with it. We’ve interviewed a bunch of language bloggers to compile the ultimate list of the most common problems that bilinguals face. 1. You meet another bilingual person, but ca
8 Study Tips You Never Thought of (That Actually Work!)
Put away the double espresso and throw out those energy drinks! With these eight easy study tips from San Diego, CA tutor Natalie S., you no longer have to jump through hoops to stay awake and cram for your exams. Check out the tips below, and start your journey towards better study habits now: Learn your personal study process. Are you most productive in your room, at the library, outside, or in a coffee shop? Do you like to listen to music, or does it have to be totally quiet? Do you

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