Follow me on Tumblr if you want to help color him in. I’ve got some good stuff brewing behind the scenes here (hint: it’s more advice, drills, and challenge questions) but things might be a bit slower than usual this week. If you’ve got the itch for learning, though, and I’m not sufficiently scratching it, (more…)

It’s crunch time, and I am duly crunched.

I know things have seemed quiet around here lately, and for that I’m sorry. The May SAT, as you’re well aware I’m sure, is 8 days away, and I’ve been very much in demand in my real life. It has, regrettably, cut a bit into my blogging time. That said, I have still been busy behind (more…)

I haven’t gone dark.

If you visit regularly, you’ve maybe noticed that there’s only been one post so far this week. I’m sorry for that. I’ve been concentrating on trying to put together good Reading Comp passages and questions for you, and honestly it’s really difficult to do it right. Also, Portal 2 came out on Tuesday. That said, (more…)

College Board Question of the Day archive search

UPDATE June 2015: The links in this post have been broken for some time. That’s not necessarily surprising, as I originally wrote it in early 2011. I’m leaving it up for archival purposes, but don’t bother clicking the links. Although the College Board’s Questions of the Day do remain archived on the CB site, it’s not so (more…)

Some interactive SAT vocabulary tools

Let’s just say, for argument’s sake, that you found this post because your penurious self is Googling for ways to learn SAT vocabulary without spending any money. Today is your lucky day, though, friend-o. Although the multitudinous search results for things like “SAT vocab words” can be daunting to say the least, and a lot of (more…)