The SAT is given a total of seven times a year for students residing in the United States, US Territories, and Canada. This allows for students to take the SAT multiple times to achieve the score they desire. Though we suggest not taking the SAT more than 3 times, below are the test dates for 2015 and 2016 so you can choose which date(s) best suit … [Read more...]
The concept for the SATs comes from an army IQ test that was given to soldiers in World War I. The exam was then modified for a test group of college applicants and by 1948 was becoming the standard for all college admissions. The landscape has changed somewhat today with the introduction of ACT, a standards based college preparedness exam, and the … [Read more...]
Critical Reading is the section of the SATs that determines how well students grasp what they read. This section is a game of balance between how much time you spend reading, how well you absorb the information, and how much time you spend writing. If you are fortunate a good foundation for critical reading will have started for you in primary … [Read more...]
There’s more than one way to prep for the SATs to ensure your best chance of success. Once you are primed to tackle the academics, it is time to focus on the practical. Remember it only takes one sleepless night, a forgotten pencil, or a wrong turn driving to change your composure into chaos on test day. All that can be avoided with some simple, … [Read more...]
Preparing for the SAT with the materials available today is a straightforward process. Whether you are using a guidebook, taking a class or studying online, the information you are working with directly correlates to the test you take. SAT Prep Options vary based upon how much money and time you want to spend, your motivation level, and your … [Read more...]
Why happiness is important to consider when choosing a career. Productivity and happiness go hand in hand at the work place. Happy people have better interpersonal relationships. In other words, they work better with others. They are also more creative, more motivated and make better decisions. Ask yourself "what makes me happy now?" and "what … [Read more...]
Different costs per seat. It's not uncommon to sit next to a person on an airplane who had paid a different price per seat than you have. The person in front of you may have paid more. The person next to you paid less. Airlines take the total cost of operating the plan from Point A to Point B and divide by the total number of seats available. … [Read more...]
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