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Collaborate vs. Corroborate [ SAT Vocabulary ]

Collaborate and Corroborate very frequently show up on the SAT and the ACT. Knowing the difference between Collaborate and Corroborate will also be very instrumental in any standardized exam you prepare for: be it PSAT, ACT, TOEFL, GMAT or ISEE. 👉Collaborate (v.) Work with, work...

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Climatic vs. Climatic [ SAT Vocabulary ]

Climactic and Climatic very frequently show up on the SAT and the ACT. Knowing the difference between Climactic and Climatic will also be very instrumental in any standardized exam you prepare for: be it PSAT, ACT, TOEFL, GMAT or ISEE. 👉Climactic (adj.) Related to a climax, the high point or...

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Affect vs. Effect [SAT Vocabulary]🤷🏼‍♀️

The difference between words Affect and Effect very frequently shows up on the SAT and the ACT. Knowing the difference between Affect with an A and Effect with an E will also be very instrumental in any standardized exam you prepare for: be it PSAT, SSAT, ACT, TOEFL, GMAT or ISEE. Let’s...

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Everything you need to know about 📈linear equations [SAT ACT math TIPS]

How important are lines on the SAT and the ACT? On the SAT, you should expect to see about 19 questions that are testing your knowledge of lines and linear functions. Considering that there are only 58 math questions in total, lines are responsible for 33% of your math score (about 260...

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Why is SAT Reading HARD😫? Learn how to make SAT Reading easier!

Many of my students find reading on the SAT to be much harder than reading in their English. They tell me, “ Katya, I don’t get it. It’s the same reading. Why am I doing so well in my English class and get so many questions wrong on the SAT reading?” My usual answer is this: The reading that...

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Lost Motivation to Study😢? Do this!

Lost your motivation to study? Overcoming Fading Enthusiasm when preparing for the SAT and the ACT is an issue that many students deal with especially when the prep lasts for a few months. Let's begin by talking about motivation and enthusiasm in general. Motivation is a feeling that gets...

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Dangling or Misplaced Modifiers on the SAT and the ACT

A dangling or misplaced modifier is the type of concept that gets tested on both the SAT and the ACT, so whichever test you take, you must be familiar with this rule. The SAT will include at least one problem on the test while the ACT may add as many as three problems on this rule in a single...

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You Need a Scantron!

When you are doing a practice test, please make sure that you are not only printing out the whole test, but also printing out the scantron or the Answer sheet! Here is why: Both the SAT and the ACT are rigorously timed (on purpose or everyone will be getting a good score) and running out of...

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Transition Questions on the SAT

Even if you don't know what transitions are, you are familiar with at least two of them. Moreover, you use those transitions not only in your essays but also in your spoken speech. Those transitions are "for example," and "however."

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Can I get a copy📮 of my test? 📕 QAS and TIR - ELI5

Many students don’t know that they could get a copy of their standardized test whether they took the SAT or the ACT. However, you can not get this service for any test date😤. Here are the exact rules: The SAT offers a QAS (Question and Answer Service) ONLY for Saturday tests. If you took the...

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