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46 Official SAT PDFs and 85 Official ACT PDF Practice Tests (Free)


Posted 2022-01-14

Free links to over 100 official SAT (QAS), PSAT, and ACT (TIR) exams, going all the way back to the 1990s. Keep Reading


BREAKING: The College Board will debut its Digital SAT and PSAT in 2023-24.


Posted 2022-01-26

The SAT will be transitioning to an all-digital format, starting with the March 2023 International SATs, then continuing on to the Fall 2023 PSATs and the March 2024 US SAT. The exam will be shorter, and section-level adaptive, meaning that different test-takers will see different questions. Keep Reading


How to Fix The College Board's SAT Leakage Problem


Posted 2022-01-25

If the College Board truly cares about the pervasive leakage of non-released, SAS (Student Answer Service) SAT exams, then it has three good options from which to choose : 1) write a new test every time, 2) switch to a computer exams in a controlled testing center, especially internationally, where exam forms are often re-used, and/or 3) openly release every leaked SAS exam to to the public. Keep Reading


GRE at home exam leaked on YouTube and Reddit, ETS and ProctorU to blame


Posted 2022-01-07

ETS and ProctorU must institute stricter test-security measures to prevent real GRE exam questions from being copied, leaked, and disseminated across the internet. Keep Reading


The 2021 December 4th International SAT was leaked on December 3rd.


Posted 2022-01-19

In yet another example of the College Board's pathetic test security, the December 4th, 2021 International SAT was leaked on December 3rd via Reddit. Keep Reading


SAT and ACT score calculator: estimate your score based on your perceived performance


Posted 2021-11-10

Use this nifty SAT and ACT score calculator to estimate your test score, based on your perceived performance. Keep Reading


PSAT Score Release Dates 2021 — and how to use a VPN to get your scores one day early.


Posted 2021-12-06

PSAT scores will be released to students by the College Board on December 6th and 7th, 2021, depending on where in the US you live. However, you can use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to fool the College Board website into thinking you are in a different location, thus allowing you to view your scores on 12/6 no matter where you live. Keep Reading


BREAKING: Class of 2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist SI Cutoffs have leaked.


Posted 2021-09-16

You read them here first. Now that semifinalist letters have been sent to principals and home schoolers, the Class of 2022 statewide Selection Index cutoffs (based off junior-year PSAT or alternate-entry SAT scores) for the National Merit Scholarship competition for all 50 US states—plus US Territories, US International, and Washington, D.C. aka District of Columbia—have officially leaked. Keep Reading


The scoring curve on the real GMAT is different from that of the GMAT Official Practice Exams.


Posted 2021-10-05

Yes, the 6 GMAT Official Practice Exams (each of which can be reset twice) are the most realistic practice exams on the market. However, the scoring of these exams is less reliable, and most test-takers will find the real GMAT to be a bit harder, especially on the high end of scores. Keep Reading


National Merit Scholarship Alternate Entry via SATs: how does it work, and why is it unfair?


Posted 2021-08-13

THE 1520 PODCAST, EPISODE 1 : exploring the wacky world of Alternate Entry to the National Merit Scholarship Competition via SATs, as opposed to the usual PSAT route. Keep Reading


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