7 Effective Study Habits That Really Make a Difference

If you want to do well at school, on standardized tests, and in college, you are going to want to develop strong study habits sooner rather than later. While many students, especially in middle and high school, feel like cramming for a test the night before is an adequate way to prepare, this method of “learning” information negatively influences long-term recall and is not sustainable in the long run. Cramming…

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The Benefits of Private One-on-One Online Tutoring

Tim Prunyi is the Director of Academics at Prep Expert, one of the fastest-growing ed-tech companies specializing in online SAT and ACT preparation. By offering full-length and live online courses, on-demand video courses, one-on-one private tutoring, and more, Tim and his team are helping students get life-changing scholarship money and admission into the college of their dreams. His mission is to revolutionize STEM education. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll…

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Podcast: Why Disability and Inability Are Not the Same With Sparsh Shah and Hiren Shah

Sparsh Shah Sparsh Shah is a prodigy, singer, songwriter, rapper, inspirational speaker, and philanthropist. Sparsh was born with an incurable disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which makes his bones extremely fragile. With more than 140 fractures and multiple rod surgeries, Sparsh cannot bear weight on his hands and legs, walk, or run. But, what he does have is a divine voice and a brilliant mind. Sparsh has won prizes in 9…

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Why Disability and Inability Are Not the Same With Sparsh Shah and Hiren Shah

Sparsh Shah Sparsh Shah is a prodigy, singer, songwriter, rapper, inspirational speaker, and philanthropist. Sparsh was born with an incurable disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which makes his bones extremely fragile. With more than 140 fractures and multiple rod surgeries, Sparsh cannot bear weight on his hands and legs, walk, or run. But, what he does have is a divine voice and a brilliant mind. Sparsh has won prizes in 9…

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The Ultimate Test-Taking Strategies for Boosting SAT and ACT Scores With Tim Prunyi of Prep Expert

Tim Prunyi is the Director of Academics at Prep Expert, one of the fastest-growing ed-tech companies that specializes in online SAT and ACT preparation. By offering full-length and live online courses, on-demand video courses, one-on-one private tutoring, and more, Tim and his team are helping students get life-changing scholarship money and admission into the college of their dreams. His mission is to revolutionize STEM education. Here’s a glimpse of what…

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National Merit PSAT Cutoff Scores – Class of 2022

In addition to helping you determine what areas you need to work on before you take the SAT, your PSAT score can also qualify you for scholarships. Admittance to the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program is largely based on your 2020 PSAT/NMSQT score. Due to COVID-19 influencing testing schedules and the number of students who take the PSAT, these cutoff scores may vary slightly.  Here are the estimated cutoff scores…

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How to increase ACT score by 4 points?

When you have a stellar GPA and a great ACT score, the sky’s the limit for your future. You’ll have opportunities to attend prestigious colleges, earn thousands of dollars in scholarships, and join academic programs that will help you network and build connections that will help you on your career path. But what do you do if your ACT score is not quite up to snuff? If you’re trying to…

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Top 5 SAT Algebra Questions

Roughly 90% of the math section of the SAT is comprised of questions spanning a few categories: Heart of Algebra, Passport to Advanced Math, and Problem Solving and Data Analysis. While no category is more important than another, in order to do well on the SAT Math section, you are going to need to prepare for the Heart of Algebra questions that will appear on the test. Here are five…

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What Is Tested On The SAT Writing Section

In order to earn a competitive composite score on the SAT, you will need to perform well on the SAT Writing and Language section of the test. The SAT Writing and Language section offers 35 minutes for students to answer 44 multiple choice questions, making it essential for test takers to know exactly what types of questions they should expect to encounter so that they can work as efficiently as…

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Investing in Your Future: The True Value of Test Prep

Why the SAT Matters Every year, high school students across the country looking to attend college sit the SAT. Competition for places in the most prestigious programs is fierce and one of the first filters applied to applications is SAT scores. While an SAT score is not the only factor admissions officers consider, a top score will at least ensure your application is carefully considered. However getting an offer is…

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