Подготовка к SAT


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Готовимся к SAT вместе! Книги, практические тесты, слова, советы и многое другое!
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Казахстан, Русский
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Лингвистика
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⚡️ Блог SAT Prepare Возвращается

SAT Prepare долгое время был одним из ведущих блогов об SAT и поступлении. 

Чат канала @satprepare_chat остается одним из самых больших и активных сообществ по поступлению в регионе.

Мы вернулись для того, чтобы:

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🗽 Доказать, что учеба в США доступна не только выпускникам престижных школ
🌏 Усилить взаимодействие студентов со всего региона

В следующие недели, наша команда будет делиться уникальными материалами, подкастами, советами студентов и выпускников престижных вузов.

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Вы можете подать заявку по ссылке (Дедлайн: Сентябрь 5)

@satprepare


🔥 Новые Курсы IELTS и SAT от Freshman Academy!

Друзья, мы открываем запись на октябрьские курсы в Академии! Знакомьтесь с нами здесь: https://bit.ly/octoberfreshman21.

📌Студенты Фрешмана с первого раза сдавали IELTS на 8.5 и SAT на 1560.

📌Поступали на самые конкурентные летние программы, такие как Yale Young Global Scholars.

📌Были приняты в Лигу Плюща и самые топовые зарубежные вузы с полным финансированием.

Все это было возможно благодаря нашим курсам, которые мы совершенствуем уже второй год.

🚀Открывайте презентацию, чтобы ознакомиться с доступными курсами: English for Beginners, IELTS, SAT Math, SAT English и Advanced English.

Присоединяйтесь к Фрешману и обучайтесь онлайн у преподавателей, которые успешно учатся и работают заграницей.

Станьте частью сообщества самых подготовленных студентов в СНГ.

Каталог курсов и регистрация: https://bit.ly/octoberfreshman21

P.S. Больше 80% мест на программе уже заняты, поэтому записывайтесь ASAP😏

До встречи на уроках,
Freshman Academy @freshmanblog✌️


Enjoy our #ReadingList for this week!

🧬 DeepMind says it will release the structure of every protein known to science

The company has already used its protein-folding AI, AlphaFold, to generate structures for the human proteome, as well as yeast, fruit flies, mice, and more.

https://www.technologyreview.com/2021/07/22/1029973/deepmind-alphafold-protein-folding-biology-disease-drugs-proteome/

🌐 Who Writes the Rules of a Blockchain?

https://hbr.org/2021/07/who-writes-the-rules-of-a-blockchain

🏅How Olympic Tracking Systems Capture Athletic Performances

The 3-D tracking systems used in Tokyo may one day enable digital twins of athletes

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-olympic-tracking-systems-capture-athletic-performances/

🧑‍⚖️ Can Affirmative Action Survive?

The policy has made diversity possible. Now, after decades of debate, the Supreme Court is poised to decide its fate.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/08/02/can-affirmative-action-survive


⚡️Курсы IELTS и SAT от Студентов Yale и NYU

🧑‍🎓 Студенты Freshman Academy (@freshmanblog) сдавали IELTS на 8.5 и SAT на 1560 с первого раза. Поступали на самые конкурентные летние программы, такие как Yale Young Global Scholars. Были приняты в Лигу Плюща и самые топовые зарубежные вузы с полным финансированием.

📚 Все это было возможно благодаря онлайн программам, которые они совершенствует уже второй год.

🌎 Присоединяйтесь к Freshman Academy и обучайтесь онлайн у преподавателей, которые успешно учатся и работают заграницей.

👤 Станьте частью сообщества самых подготовленных студентов в СНГ.

⏰ Регистрируйтесь на программу как можно раньше, потому что места ограничены.

💯 При покупке любого курса английского, получите полный курс SAT Math (12 уроков) всего за $29.

✅ Cсылка на презентацию и регистрацию: https://bit.ly/freshmanaugustregister




We know you’ve been waiting for this! #ReadingList

🧑‍💻 Harvard-led physicists take big step in race to quantum computing

Team develops simulator with 256 qubits, largest of its kind ever created

https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/07/harvard-led-physicists-create-256-qubit-programmable-quantum-simulator/

🧬 Massive DNA ‘Borg’ structures perplex scientists

Researchers say they have discovered unique and exciting DNA strands in the mud — others aren’t sure of their novelty.

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01947-3

🚀 Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Are Finally Flying to Space

After nearly twenty years pursuing a lifelong dream of spaceflight, the world’s wealthiest person is at last ready for lift off

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/jeff-bezos-and-blue-origin-are-finally-flying-to-space/

🇨🇳 China’s First International Students

Realising the world was changing around them, the Qing government began sending students abroad.

https://www.historytoday.com/archive/history-matters/chinas-first-international-students

🎓 Another College Cancels Student Debt

Another college has cancelled student debt. Here’s what you need to know.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/zackfriedman/2021/07/18/another-college-cancels-student-debt/?sh=2f5b92bc6a1b


Enjoy our weekly #ReadingList!

🦾 What if an AI won the Nobel prize for medicine?

Controversy ensues when the greatest prize in medical research is awarded to a non-human. An imagined scenario from 2036

https://www.economist.com/what-if/2021/07/03/what-if-an-ai-wins-the-nobel-prize-for-medicine

🧠 COVID and the brain: researchers zero in on how damage occurs

Growing evidence suggests that the coronavirus causes ‘brain fog’ and other neurological symptoms through multiple mechanisms.

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01693-6

⚛️ How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

If you understand how these systems operate, then you understand why they could change everything.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/video/how-does-a-quantum-computer-work/

🚗 Driving Lessons (Margaret Atwood)

I thought I had lots of fears—thunderstorms, forest fires, bears—but these were not the right kind of fears for driving.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/07/12/driving-lessons


P.S. We have solved all the problems we received and sent them in individual messages. If you have any problems you cannot solve, you can still message us at sat.prepare.marathon@gmail.com. See you!


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#MathProblemsOfTheWeek ᅠ Hi there! Due to small amount of the problems you have sent us, we decided to reconsider the rubric. Instead, we will post the solved versions of the real SAT tests. Today, we chose the No Calculator section of the April 2018 test. Hope you like it!


#Vocabulary for today✌🏻




Hi! We have compiled another #ReadingList for you. Hope you will learn something new!

🔬 Ferroelectric materials prompt a rethink of matter

Surprising qualities point to next-generation electronics.

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01792-4

🧬 What Is CRISPR, and Why Is It So Important?

This revolutionary gene-editing system has taken science by storm.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/video/what-is-crispr-and-why-is-it-so-important/

👀 How Your Car Watches Everything You Do And Everywhere You Go

Cars record all manner of data on the driver within. Police can grab the information with the right warrant, but the bigger concern may be what private businesses are doing with the data.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2021/07/05/your-car-is-watching-you/

🇨🇳 When Will China Rule the World? Maybe Never

The Communist Party wants the world to see China’s continued rise as inevitable. In reality, it’s anything but.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2021-07-05/when-will-china-s-economy-beat-the-u-s-to-become-no-1-why-it-may-never-happen

📲 Unread Messages (New Yorker Fiction July 12 & 19, 2021 Issue)

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/07/12/unread-messages


Based on that, we recommend you pay attention to the following factors when choosing online courses: ⚡️The amount of resources and study materials should provide you minimum 2 hours of workload a day.
⚡️The course should be operating for at least a year and have reviews.
⚡️Its price should not be more than $100 (although it is only our subjective opinion).
⚡️It should enable you asking questions regarding the content and participate in live Q&A sessions.


#PreparationTips Hi! Today we are going to continue discussing different methods of preparing for SAT. In particular, we will go through different aspects of preparing using online courses and give some advice on how to choose them.
📈Advantages
⭐️Online courses are similar to preparing on your own in terms of versatility. If the courses are of good quality and have well prepared study plans with uploaded videos, you can study at the pace convenient for you. Please keep in mind that preparing for SAT is not easy, it takes a great amount of time and dedication. Thus, the material base of the good online course should be quite big, covering all the aspects of preparation, such as Verbal part, Math part, and additional Vocabulary learning section. The workload they give you in terms of their study plan should be at least 2 hours a day. Otherwise, we can suspect that the course creators either were too lazy to make proper amount of content or underestimated the test hardness. ⭐️Despite their similarities, there is one aspect of online courses that self-studying lacks - availability to ask questions. Good quality courses provide students feedback on their success and organize Q&A sessions.
📉Disadvantages
⭐️Sometimes it is very hard to choose the online course that fits your preferences. You will not know if the course is of good quality and suits your study methods unless you buy it and use for a while. To avoid paying for the course you will not study, try reading reviews or watching YouTube videos about it (some bloggers make videos on their preparation experience). ⭐️Another disadvantage is also linked to money. There are many courses that are overpriced. Creators make fancy videos and interface design and charge much more than the real price of the course. From our point view, paying $500-1000 for “exclusive” and “luxury” courses is simply wasting your money, as there are many good quality courses under $50.


P.S. If you have any interesting ideas regarding the content you want to see here, we will be happy happy to review them in the comment section under this post.


Would you like to see Vocabulary section 2 or 3 times a week?
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Which rubric you liked the most? (You can select more than one option)
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  •   Preparation Tips
  •   Reading List
  •   Math Problems of the Week
  •   Vocabulary
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Hi there guys! The first week of the new content format is now finished (#TextAnalysis and #SpecialGuestDay will start from the next week, sorry for that), so we wanted to collect info to make adjustments. We would really appreciate your feedback on the following issues. Thank you in advance!


Hi there!

Here are the words we chose for you within our #vocabulary rubric. Hope you find the format useful, as memorizing is always easier when you have context and associated pictures. Do not forget about learning synonyms too. See you✌🏻



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