ACT and SAT Grammar: Pronouns

Pronouns do appear on the list of ACT and SAT grammar rules you need to know for these exams. Find out what those rules are in this detailed post!

The 3 Comma Rules You Need to Know for the SAT/ACT

Both the SAT and ACT test your knowledge of comma rules. Knowing these 3 simple rules will set you up for success on most ACT/SAT punctuation questions.

The 3 Apostrophe Rules You Need to Know for the SAT/ACT

That's right--you only need to know 3 simple apostrophe rules for ACT English and SAT Writing & Language! We cover all three in this detailed post.

SAT and ACT Punctuation: Colons and Long Dashes

When it comes to SAT and ACT punctuation, colons and long dashes can seem like outliers. In this post, we cover colon and long dash usage so you can succeed on SAT Writing & Language and ACT English.

ACT and SAT Grammar Rules: Transition Words

The ACT and SAT both test your ability to identify and use transition words correctly. Of the ACT and SAT grammar rules you need to know, these are key!

Mastering Story: Screenplay Structure 101

Have you ever wanted to write your own screenplay? Find out how to do so now from a Hollywood screenwriter!

Your Complete Guide to the 13 ACT and SAT Grammar Rules

You don't need to be a grammar whiz to succeed on ACT English or SAT Writing & Language. You just need to know these 13 ACT and SAT grammar rules!

Taking a Gap Year: Should You Do It?

In 2020, many high school graduates are considering taking a gap year. Should you do it? We weigh in on the significance of gap years here.

How I Got Into Princeton – Natalia (Story #18)

In our "How I got Into" series, we share the stories of successful applicants to Princeton and other great schools. In this article, we share Natalia's story.

SSAT Math: The Content You Need to Know

There are two math sections on the SSAT: Quantitative 1 and 2. What content do you need to know to succeed on both? We explore SSAT Math content in this introductory post.

The Importance of Self-Directed Learning

How important is self-directed learning in these turbulent times? More so than students and parents might think.

Memorization Techniques for High School Students

You can use these three memorization techniques to quickly and effectively prepare for the SAT/ACT, class exams, and online learning.