Happy April Fools’ Day from r/ApplyingToCollege
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 3/28/20: "The box plot shows the distribution of ages, recorded in whole years, for a group of 26 students. Which of the following is the median of the students’ ages?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Section 4 #1)
/r/psatTutoring / working from home: it’s what all the cool kids are doing these days. Until the virus dies down, you can find me exclusively on Skype (username “mcelroytutoring”) and Zoom.
/r/psatAnother rough morning at the office.
/r/psatIs this a good or bad score?
/r/psatCrisp Green Checkmarks for the conspiracy theorists out there. Any real questions about the PSAT, please let me know.
/r/psatThe 40/40/40 Club.
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 3/20/20: "When the expression above is rewritten in the form (x+2)(x+k), where k is a constant, what is the value of k ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9 Math Section 3 #13)
/r/psatCoronavirus update = Switching to a home office / Skype tutoring was in retrospect a very good call. See you on Skype, but most definitely *not* in person! Skype me @ username “mcelroytutoring”.
/r/psatSome math questions, Part 1.
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 3/2/20: "In the xy-plane, line k is parallel to the graph of the line with equation y = 4x - 7. What is the slope of line k ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 3/1/20: "Which value is a solution to the given equation (x^2-2x-63 = 0)?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatgeorge, donald keyman, and dr rogers
/r/psat1998 Advanced Placement Scholar Awards and International Diploma Information Sheet -The College Board
/r/psatJust got scores back. Increased 150 points and in top 3 highest scores in the freshman level.
/r/psatOverheard on r/PSAT: “No one uses your sub(reddit).” Actually, we are barely 2 years old and already have over one million pageviews per year. By contrast, r/PSAT is a decade-old dinosaur with an absent mod and single-digit users online.
/r/psatYes, the SAT is capped at a maximum of 228 Selection Index (SI) Points, but with 240 *available* points, this doesn’t change the fact that it’s MUCH easier to attain the full 228/240 on the SAT than it is to achieve an “equivalent” 228/228 on the PSAT. This holds true further down the scale as well.
/r/psatOne is the loneliest number.
/r/psatOfficial SAT Question of the Day, 2/21/20: "The graphs of the two equations in a linear system are shown. How many solutions does this system have?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatShow me the money.
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 2/18/20: "If (x, y) is the solution to the given system of equations, what is the value of y ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 2/17/20: "Which of the following is an equation of the parabola shown graphed in the xy-plane?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatWhy are the moderators of r/SAT deleting all of my old posts and comments, and what do they have to hide? (I’m taking a screenshot beforehand this time, in case they try to be clever and un-delete it again.)
/r/psatSAT Question of the Day, 2/19/20: "In the given equation (PQ = RS), P, Q, R, and S are positive values. Which of the following correctly expresses P in terms of Q, R, and S ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9)
/r/psatPlease just ban this guy already
/r/psatI worked hard for this :)
/r/psatr/PSAT: stretching the limits of Reddit's default auto-moderator functionality since 12/28/2011.
/r/psatThe exodus continues.