Attention all seniors: whether you are loquacious or taciturn, punctilious or lackadaisical, you no longer need to know what those words mean. The College Board has deposed vocabulary as the chief gatekeeper to a good SAT score. That’s just one change in the new SAT which rolled out in March 2016. Before you buckle down to study, read In-Home Tutors’ Guide to the New SAT, complete with practice questions and resources.
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To kick off our guide to the new SAT, let’s go over the biggest changes:
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We can also now provide online tutors who are proficient in Zoom and other online platforms. They can help your child with any subject.
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