First of all, I had a blast; loved every second of today’s SAT experience. Did I get the “perfect score?”
BUT, if my score doesn’t go up in math after all those hours of hard work (which were Read More →
November SAT will go down in my book as the test that was ruined by the proctor. (I’m refraining from sad face emoticon.)
You can see the posts about my terrible test day experience here and here. Don’t let Read More →
November 5, 2011 SAT #6 in 2011
Location: Private School in Westchester, NY
Given that this was my 6th SAT in 2011, and the first one I can say was a truly bad experience — I guess my odds aren’t Read More →
In a word, yup.
At least if I’m to judge by the May 1997 SAT I took today (full, timed) out of the College Board RED Book (not to be confused with the Blue Book).
I felt like one Read More →
Given my inexorably optimistic nature, all I can see is the good news (Sorry. I realize that must seem annoying).
Hopefully I’ll come down from my cloud in time to study for the next SAT (Nov. 5)
The math…..what is Read More →
Beseeched by PWNtheSAT and proctored by mom, 11th grade son agreed (reluctantly) to take a full, timed 11th hour practice test before test day.
And trust me when I say, no one wants to do a FULL TIMED Read More →
Took SAT #5 at DeWitt Clinton High School with Akil Bello.
LOVED the whole experience. You’ll have to watch the video for details because I’m just too tired right now to even string one more sentence together.
This is Read More →
11 more days until test day, and the training continues.
Today’s homework (per PWN, because trust me, I never would have signed up for this on my own) was a full, timed, practice test (i.e. 4+ hours).
Horrible. I’m Read More →
…..but I feel like I’m making progress (oh god….will I never learn?).
2.5 weeks until I take the next SAT
This will make 5 out of 7 in 2011
I’m tagging along with Akil Bello this time around, so Read More →
I’m not sure if PWNtheSAT knew what he was in for when he agreed to take me on. Dare I say, I think we’re both a little surprised by just how intractable a brain can be.
He is a good Read More →