Category: High School Study Tips

What is the Average IQ Score?

What is the Average IQ Score?

In the quest to understand the complex human mind, one question has always sparked debates worldwide. It has also sparked aw and stirred controversy throughout history – intelligence. Like an elusive enigma, our cognitive abilities

How to Study Philosophy?

How to Study Philosophy?

Are you a student seeking the easiest ways to study philosophy? If yes, you are in the right place. If you are new to philosophy, you may find it challenging to understand what philosophers do.

When Should You Take Geometry?

When Should You Take Geometry?

Are you wondering when the perfect time for that eluding geometry class is? You might be thinking about taking it earlier than your peers or feeling intimidated by the subject altogether. There’s no shame even

What a 1030 SAT Score Really Means for You?

What a 1030 SAT Score Really Means for You?

SAT, the Scholastic Assessment Exam, is a typical standardized examination for which every high school student sits. Achieving a high grade translates into getting better offers from colleges. At the same time, a low score

How to Homeschool High School?

How to Homeschool High School?

Are you a parent preparing to homeschool high school students?  Are you anxious to homeschool your child instead of sending them to traditional high school?  If you can answer yes to either of these questions,

Multiple Choice Test Taking Strategies: The Ultimate Guide

Multiple Choice Test Taking Strategies: The Ultimate Guide

Whether you are a high school student or a college admission seeker, you’ll probably write several multiple-choice tests throughout your school years. Most classroom tests and college examinations contain multiple-choice questions. Since you’ll likely encounter

How Hard is it to Get in COSMOS? Your Chances

How Hard is it to Get in COSMOS? Your Chances

Before getting into the details, the first question is, what is the COSMOS program? COSMOS is an intense four-week summer program hosted by the University of California, Irvine, for students in grades 8-12 demonstrating an

How to Study for USABO?

How to Study for USABO?

As the premier biology competition for high school students (USABO) draws near, you’re probably wondering whether to register for the competition or not. The first step to making this decision is having sufficient information about