Tag Archives: SAT

Unconventional Study Tips

Most of my midterms are done (insert relieved sigh), but I still have a few left. At the moment I am home for spring break, and no exams can dampen my spirits. There isn’t a cinder-block dorm wall in sight, the cat is snoozing in some secluded corner because she hates humankind, and all is […]

SAT and ACT Prep Resources

As I prepare for finals, I can’t help but be reminded of those glowing, golden days I spent studying for the SAT. It is almost enough to bring tears to my eyes. Okay, preparing for the SAT or the ACT really isn’t a warm and fuzzy experience, but it doesn’t have to be terrible. Once […]

SAT or ACT: Choosing the Lesser of Two Evils

The SAT and the ACT: they are basically the same thing, right?…Not quite. Apart from the admissions essay, this is the part of the college application students typically dread most. The whole ordeal is a drudgery, a botheration, a dehumanizing anti-individual nuisance; but they are a necessary evil. What are the differences and how do […]