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September 28, 2011 by  
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How to Keep Studying for the SAT Interesting – Part 1

September 28, 2011 by  
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Studying for the SAT has rarely been considered a fun task. Staring at lists of SAT vocabulary can be exhausting. While there is no secret formula that can make SAT prep fun and exciting, there are tools that can help to keep it interesting. Here is one great way to spice up your SAT study […]

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Introducing The Coach

September 21, 2011 by  
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As Options Solutions “Coach,” Nicky Darwin meets with students one-on-one for a variety of services. As a top UBC English Language graduate, French Immersion graduate, and experienced Options Solutions workshop leader and tutor, Nicky is here to help students with both ongoing guidance and test or assignment-specific preparation. Nicky provides coaching in both French and […]

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Options Solutions Introduces Writing Drop Box

September 16, 2011 by  
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If you are currently an Options Solutions client, you can electronically submit application essays, supplements, scholarship essays, or other writing assignments for comprehensive writing feedback from one of our writing consultants. We give targeted feedback on style, structure, grammar, and include constructive comments to help you revise and improve your writing. Submit your work to […]

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Approaching the SAT

September 14, 2011 by  
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The October 1st SAT test date is fast approaching. If you are taking the test for the fist time, chances are you are feeling a bit overwhelmed at the moment. The SAT can be quite intimidating, especially for those of you who do not know what to expect. The exam itself is 3 hours and […]

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The SAT Essay

September 6, 2011 by  
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To successfully complete an SAT essay, you need to learn how to develop an argument and defend your position. It is not essential that you know every fact and detail on the subject matter. The SAT essay rubric grades a student on a scale of 1 to 6, with 1 being lowest and 6 being […]

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The Study Skills I Wish I Had Known

September 2, 2011 by  
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Every student has high hopes come September. Rejuvenated from summer and stocked up on fresh school supplies, it’s easy to believe this year is going to bring change. Then comes October: binders are in disarray, assignments are piling up, and calendars are full of sports and extra-curricular activities. It seems too late to catch up. […]

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