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Podcast Episode 41 : 9 Frequently Asked Questions About the New SAT

The Prepped and Polished Podcast is an educational and inspirational show that offers tutoring and test prep tips as well as interviews with celebrities and leaders in education. It is hosted by Alexis Avila, founder of Prepped and Polished LLC, a tutoring and test prep firm for K-college.

Terri Karol answers 9 frequently asked questions about the New SAT.

FAQ’s include:

  1. When will the redesigned SAT be given for the first time?
  2. Is the PSAT changing and WHEN will that test be offered?
  3. In spring 2016, can students take both the current SAT and the redesigned SAT to determine which score is higher?
  4. WHY is College Board making changes to the current SAT?
  5. HOW is the SAT changing?
  6. HOW will the SAT scores change?
  7. How will colleges compare scores on the redesigned SAT to scores on the current SAT?
  8. How will the redesigned SAT help colleges to make admission decisions?
  9. Will the 2016 exam be harder or easier than the current SAT?

 

Our tutoring tips series continues right now with 9 Frequently Asked Questions About the New SAT.

Enjoy, Thanks for Listening and remember at The Prepped and Polished Podcast, We Empower You to Take Control of Your Education!

 

Frequently Asked Questions About the New SAT

 

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January 16th, 2015
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Three Common SAT Grammar Mistakes Students Often Make and HOW TO AVOID THEM

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SAT Verbal Instructor Terri of Prepped & Polished, LLC in South Natick, Massachusetts lists three common grammar mistakes students often make and how to avoid them.

1. Avoid idiom errors by memorizing sets of words that must go together, usually involving a verb and preposition.
2. Avoid pronoun agreement errors by making sure pronouns agree in number and gender.
3. Avoid parallel structure errors by making sure that a series of equal items is written in the same logical structure.

 

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