All you need to know about the SSAT

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SSAT is a test that is used for private school admissions. Here’s what we need to know if we’re thinking about taking the test.

All you need to know about ISEE

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We’ve recently seen increasing interest in the ISEE as an alternative to the SSAT. Could this test be a better fit for your school admission needs?

SAT/ACT/SSAT Power Course

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SAT/ACT Course Objective: To reinforce the techniques and skills introduced in SAT/ACT Essentials in test conditions. To familiarize students with the speed and other pressures of SAT/ACT test day. To push students to more fully realize their potential through more difficult tests. Course Description: The Edge’s Power Course uses tests specifically selected for their challenging […]

How the SAT Has Ruined Christmas? 🎄

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The festive season is here and SAT is trying to steal the "fun"! Look how SAT has joined Christmas by putting it into a practice Reading passage.

How Strong Is Your SSAT Vocabulary?

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Vocabulary is one of the key parts of the SSAT. Several types of vocab questions appear in the Verbal and Reading sections of the exam. Take a minute to answer these 10 questions and find out your SSAT vocabulary level! Looking for SSAT prep courses? We have Boot Camp, Essentials, English Builder, and Mini Power […]

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 […]

Math Effect: 6 Things You Should Know About the ACT, the SAT, Calculators, Math, and You

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  By Steve Leech (Test Preparation (ACT/SAT/SSAT), English Literature, English Builder tutor at The Edge Learning Center) For many students, the mathematics sections of standardized tests are like a skinny guy at a sumo competition: no big deal and nothing to really worry about. As YouTube teaches us (watch here), though, you can’t trust a skinny sumo […]

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