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

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

SAT Vocab Changes

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