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Two Tips for Teens That Miss the PSAT/NMSQT in 10th Grade

The purpose of taking the PSAT/NMSQT in 10th is only to get a bit of practice about how to take a bubble test in a public school setting. Even in 11th...
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Test Preparation for Grade 7 - 9

Test Preparation for Grade 7 - 9
Are you working hard on test preparation with your middle schoolers or 9th grader? Let me put your mind at ease and make your life a little easier. I ...
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Homeschooling High School: 2012 SAT Study Guide Filled with Errors

Homeschooling High School: 2012 SAT Study Guide Filled with Errors
What NOT to Buy!The new SAT prep book has come out, and reviewers say it is "full of errors."  I love Princeton Review and recommend it often. However, now their NEW edition is finally published, and I find out it has major errors! Last year's edition will be "tried and true" so I suggest you use that edition.  They don't change much from year to year.  Get the one from 2011 or 2010 instead. Only the...
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Guest — Suzanne Broadhurst
Wow! Thank you for the tip!
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 07:30
Guest — Lee
Melanie, The books that are called "Cracking the SAT" include a HUGE section on preparing for the test, and it can be overwhelming... Read More
Thursday, 16 February 2012 08:41
Guest — Melanie
I was very disappointed in a SAT book I bought. It was HUGE and my osn started reading it. Then he asked if he was supposed to b... Read More
Thursday, 16 February 2012 08:35
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