Test yourself

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Nowadays, every college and university in the U.S. accept the ACT and the SAT equally. These standardized tests help schools to evaluate your application and see how well prepared you are for college courses. Increase your chances of getting into top college by picking the right test! But first, do you have the differences between […]

7 Things to Read to Prepare for the SAT and ACT

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By Steve Leech (Test Prep (ACT/SAT/SSAT), and English Literature Tutor at The Edge Learning Center) Everyone knows that reading is a great way to prepare for any test. When it comes to the SAT and ACT, though, it can be hard where to begin. As it turns out, one good place is here. Right here! These are […]

Learning the Difference Between WHO and WHOM

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By Levi Busch (Test Preparation (ACT/SAT/SSAT), English Literature at The Edge Learning Center) 1) Technical breakdown of the difference between who and whom Subjects vs. objects 2) Not enough? Trick #1: Him/Her Substitution 3) Still not enough? “Whom” can never perform verbs At the risk of coming across as profoundly out of touch, I must admit that I […]

Study Together: Less Stress and More Fun

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Want to maximize your study efficiency? Bring your friend and study together with us. Make the revision less stress and more fun! Group Study discount: Group Study Courses apply to: Test Preparations (ACT/SAT/SSAT/TOEFL/IELTS) IB/AP/IGCSE/MYP available subjects: English, Math, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, History Call us at 2972 2555 (Causeway Bay) / 2783 7100 (Mong Kok) […]

Discussion on IB Psychology Command Terms

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By Sonali Khemka (English Literature, English Language, LNAT tutor at The Edge Learning Center) Your success in the IB Psychology examinations will depend mostly on your ability to recognize and fulfill the requirements of the question’s command terms. Some command terms deserve more attention and practice than others, especially those for the Extended Response Questions (ERQs.) Today, we […]

Ye Old Timey English: The Stumbling Block for AP and SAT II English

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By Janka Steenkamp (English Literature, Edge Writing, Public Speaking, Drama (IB) tutor at The Edge Learning Center) By now, most of you will have encountered a text that’s got a very lovely old school stamp on it, that makes you wonder how on earth people communicated back then, and why on earth you have to trudge through […]

Founding America and Other Great Conversations

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By Steve Leech (Test Prep (ACT/SAT/SSAT), and English Literature Tutor at The Edge Learning Center) One of the big challenges to international students that came up in the SAT’s 2016 redesign was the introduction of American Founding Documents and the Great Global Conversation to the Reading section of the test. For many students, these passages—which regularly make […]

The Edge Achievements – Student Leaders

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Studying for the various tests one must take to enter US boarding schools or universities can be an extremely stressful and challenging time for students, but when it ends in success, there are few more rewarding feelings. We at The Edge are dedicating this page to our students who have faced the challenge and come […]

Bring a Friend, Share the Joy

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The Edge is launching a New Referral Program for The Edge’s family! Call us at 2972 2555 (Causeway Bay) or 2783 7100 (Mong Kok) for more details!

Avoiding Trap Answers in SAT Reading

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By James Rodkey (ACT, SAT, SSAT, English Builder, ESOL, and Latin tutor at The Edge Learning Center) “I narrowed it down to A and C, but then I couldn’t decide between those two answers, so I just picked C.” My students say this sort of thing to me often when we’re correcting SAT Reading passages – they can […]