The New and Improved SAT



In light of the College Board’s recent changes to the SAT, some humorous alternative vocabulary questions:

Directions: Match the italicized slanty word or phrase with its meaning.

1. Mike, like, likes Emily, but not like that. The best meaning of “like” is:

a) you know
b) um
c) similar to
d) derives pleasure from
e) lolz

Photograph by Thomas Barwick.

Stop being tormented by everyone else’s reaction to you.
― Joyce Meyer (via hefuckin)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege)

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