# SAT

## When Should I Take the SAT?

How do you know when to take the SAT?

## ACT/SAT Math Practice Question: Writing a Formula to Describe a Trend

On the ACT and SAT math sections, you will come across questions about exponential and linear trends that will ask you to write a formula to describe the trend in question. In today’s post, we’re sharing an example of how to write a formula to describe a trend.

## 4 Math Section Strategies for Better Studying

In our past ACT and SAT Math section strategy posts, we’ve talked about the importance of recognizing what kind of math problem you’re looking at in order to recall how to solve it. However, it does take some practice, just like any other skill you want to improve! So we wanted to provide four Math section strategies for recognizing problems as you see them.

## The Best Calculator To Use on the SAT

The best calculator to use on the SAT test is the one you’re familiar with and is allowed during the test. You can solve all the problems on the SAT Math with Calculator section with a pretty simple calculator, so don’t stress about purchasing the “correct” calculator. The most important thing is to stress about …

## SAT Math Strategies

In order to own the SAT math section, you need some strategies. Well – we’ve got ‘em. From how many questions are on the SAT math section to tangible strategies for tackling the questions, read, bookmark, and print the post below for your next study session.

## ACT/SAT Reading Supporting Evidence Questions

On the ACT Reading section and the SAT Reading section, you’ll come across supporting evidence questions. Supporting evidence questions require you to find evidence in the passage to support a claim.

## How to Use Commas and Semicolons

Today we are going to talk about two commonly misunderstood concepts: commas and semicolons. We are going to focus on the main rules that you need to know in order to do well on the SAT and ACT, as well as improve the technical aspects of your everyday writing.