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Robert Schombs

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I’m Rob Schombs, the founder of Reason Prep, creator of these videos, and your test prep tutor. I earned a BA in Chemistry (2006) and an MA in Science and Technology Studies (2009) from Cornell University. In 2010 I started tutoring SAT, ACT, math, chemistry, and writing full-time, and Reason Prep followed shortly after!

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8 comments on “SAT – Thank you!”

  1. Tirth Shah

    SEE I HAVE GIVEN A SAT ALREADY AND I GOT 1050.I WANT TO REAPPEAR AND GET SOMEWHERE ABOVE 1400 . SO I NEED YOU TO GUIDE ME AND SOMEHOW I ALSO WANTED TO KNOW THAT IS THAT POSSIBLE BECAUSE I HEARD SOME PEOPLE SAYING THAT IF YOU REAPPER SAT THEN YOU MIGHT GET +50 OR -50 BUT NOT MORE OR LESS THAN THAT SO IS IT TRUE??

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    • Robert Schombs
      Robert Schombs

      If you don’t do any preparation, then your score will bounce between + or – 50 points or so. But if you do prepare, you can improve by much more than that.

      As for what to do, if you haven’t already, check out my courses, videos, and articles — I explain exactly what to do to improve in those resources.

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      • Tirth Shah

        Can i reach till 1350 in 1 month?

      • Robert Schombs
        Robert Schombs

        Depends on your starting score and other factors, but it’s worth trying! Regardless of what is “possible,” consistent studying & effort can get you solid gains in a short period of time, so start if you haven’t already!

  2. Shazaib

    I’m at the 1000-1100 range right now.
    How many hours do i need to work a day over 4 months to reach 1500+ point?
    I know it’s hard to justify things in terms of hours but that helps me set goals accordingly.

    I’ve also heard that a such a score increase on the SAT is unheard of. Is that true? If not what sort of a commitment can get me there?

    I’ll appreciate any and all advice. Thank You.

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  3. Teresa Lancastre

    In your opinion, what are the best tips you can give a student to succeed on the SAT?

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