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On the ACT English section, out of the forty questions on grammar and usage, one quarter test your ability to recognize correct punctuation, so brushing up on your punctuation knowledge is a guaranteed way to improve your score on this section! Here...
Posted by Ned Johnson | in Study Tips | Comments ()
By Ned Johnson   My daughter has always been the more intense of my children.  At age two, her laughter was stentorian.  As she developed words, those were too.  Through first grade, we were repeatedly asked whether we had...
Posted by Jeff Knox | in College Applications | Comments ()
By Jeff Knox Here’s a fun SAT math problem: If a college applicant applies to 20 schools, each with a 5 percent admission rate, what is the probability that she will be accepted to at least one of those schools? Is it 5 percent? 100 percent?...
Posted by ben | in Test Prep | Comments ()
      In this, video Ned Johnson discusses some of the cause of test anxiety. Come back throughout the week for more tips or simply go to our YouTube page.
Posted by ben | in Colleges | Comments ()
Punxsutawny Phil is perhaps the worst meteorologist out there. His predictions for a long winter or early spring have only been accurate 39% of the time. Some recommend just taking the reverse of his predictions if you want to increase their...
Posted by Ned Johnson | in Subject Tests | Comments ()
            1. You may not need SAT Subject Tests. A student of mine made himself crazed trying to add Subject Tests to his busy spring schedule, believing he had to take them because everyone else was. Ok, fine. But...
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