Debbie Stier

author, 'The Perfect Score Project'

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Author of The Perfect Score Project: Uncovering the Secrets of the SAT

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If there’s one good about being grown up, it’s not having to take the SAT again.

Secrets of the SAT

If there’s one good about being grown up, it’s not having to take the SAT again.

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American logophiles were apoplectic this week after receiving some dispiriting news about the S.A.T. test.

SAT Vocab Changes

American logophiles were apoplectic this week after receiving some dispiriting news about the S.A.T. test.

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