I started PWN the SAT in 2011 as a simple blog where I figured I’d just drop a few test taking hints once in a while. Three years and over 1,000,000(!) page views later, I finally admitted to myself that it was time for an upgrade. I began this site overhaul months ago with the goal of adding a bunch of new features, making important things easier to find, and making everything nicer to look at. I’m pretty proud of how it’s coming together, and I hope once you adjust to the new format you’ll agree that it’s an improvement.
This new site allows me to do some really cool stuff with quizzes. My diagnostic drills are now interactive, and I am working on building up a section of the site that will help you analyze your Blue Book test results. This site will track your progress on every quiz you take, which will help you identify your weaknesses and point you in the direction of content to help you turn those weaknesses into strengths.
All the posts from the old blog.pwnthesat.com are here on this site. If you can’t find something you’re looking for after a little searching, email me! You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Q&A site is staying right where it is on Tumblr, although I’d like to give it a facelift eventually to make it look more like this site. You can always access it by typing qa.pwnthesat.com into your browser, or by finding it in the menu above under “Resources.”
The Essay Guide Owners Area has been moved from Tumblr to this site. You can still submit your essays to be graded anonymously if you own an Essay Guide, and you can still comment on others’ essays just like before.
Now that the site design heavy lifting is done, I’m going to refocus my efforts in generating content—advice, quizzes, videos—even some exclusive stuff for all you guys who’ve been awesome enough to buy my Math Guide.