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Why you Can—and Can’t—Trust Reddit for Advice on the Digital SAT, PSAT, ACT, LSAT, GRE, & GMAT

Posted 2024-03-10

12/31/23 : Google + Reddit is a powerful combination for test-prep news and information — if you know which "subreddits" to trust. Keep Reading

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Logic Games Removed: the LSAT will be 2/3 Logical Reasoning as of August 2024, says LSAC.

Posted 2024-03-03

10/18/23 : Game over, LSAC! After a long, drawn-out, and ultimately successful lawsuit (filed under the ADA by a two visually impaired test takers) that began way back in 2011, the Law School Admissions Council will finally remove the controversial “Logic Games” aka Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT—starting with the August 2024 LSAT. An extra Logical Reasoning (LR) section will take the place of Logic Games, officially making the new LSAT 2/3 Logical Reasoning, and 1/3 Reading Comprehension. Keep Reading

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Rest in Peace, Paper SAT (1926 - 2023): the Digital SAT (DSAT) is here to stay.

Posted 2023-12-14

As of 12/2/23, the SAT is now 100% digital—with the exception of students with accommodations, who are still allowed to take a "linear" (nonadaptive) version of the digital exam on paper. Say goodbye to the SAT, and hello to the DSAT! Keep Reading

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The New GRE is Nearly 2 Hours Shorter: Everything You Need to Know

Posted 2024-01-17

On September 22, 2023, ETS will debut a new version of the GRE that is nearly 2 hours shorter than the current exam—clocking in at a paltry 1 hour, 58 minutes. Keep Reading

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Brian R. McElroy offers expert, world-class, private instruction for students of all ages and locations. He lives with his wife, 3 daughters, and 2 dogs in beautiful Colorado Springs, CO.  Mr. McElroy is a Harvard graduate (class of '02) & test-prep expert with over 20 years and 20,000 hours of professional tutoring experience, and a proven record of exceptional student results.

McElroy Tutoring specializes in online SAT, ACT, LSAT, GMAT, and GRE prep via Zoom, as well as college admissions consulting, ISEE / SSAT preparation, and essay editing for both college and grad-school applications.  Brian has personally earned perfect scores on the SAT, ACT, and GRE, and near-perfect (99th percentile) scores on the LSAT and GMAT.

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