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Can taking the SSAT be a Cakewalk?

With thousands of school students, vying for a few hundred places in US private schools, its obvious that the SSAT means cut throat competition. Moliere has rightly quoted ‘The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.’ Qualifying the SSAT is not easy but...

Max Your SAT Prep with the Right SAT Tutor

Applying to colleges often necessitates the submission of SAT scores. In addition to playing a role in determining whether or not students are offered admission into schools, SAT scores also open the door to various scholarships. Taking SAT practice exams and studying...

Is PSAT Just a Precedence to the SAT?

There have been numerous views and discussions about the significance of the PSAT and the SAT – both as individual tests and in comparison with each other. Before delving into the debate of which is more important, if any, and the whys, we need a brief understanding...

Tutoring Math Skills Will Improve Standardized Test Scores.

All parents want the best for their children. A solid education is one of the foundations of a happy and prosperous life. The American education system in all its forms does a good job guiding students where they need to go. Sometimes, however, extra help is necessary...

Practice with Analogies to ace the SCAT

The SCAT verbal section has questions that are multiple-choice analogies. Students are required to choose the best pair of words to complete an analogy. Solving an analogy can often be tricky and especially if the clock is ticking fast, like during the SCAT.   To...

SCAT Elementary Quantitative Worksheet

This Math worksheet is a perfect way to kick start your child’s prep for the much-coveted SCAT, Centre for Talented Youth by John Hopkins.If your child is in grade 2 or 3, then the Elementary level for the SCAT is appropriate. As the SCAT is an above-grade level test,...