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LEARN THE PLAYBOOK FOR BEATING THE SAT AT ITS OWN GAME.

Our Fall ’21 SAT Prep Course demystifies every aspect of the test, from lengthy reading passages to intimidating math questions that seem impossible to solve.

KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • 16 hours of expert live-online instruction (8 two-hour sessions)
  • 4 full-length, authentic College Board practice exams
  • Our comprehensive prep guides for SAT Reading, SAT Math, and SAT Writing and Language.
  • Video recordings of each lesson, so students can review key concepts whenever they would like, even after the course has ended.
  • Personalized feedback, including score improvement tracking and customized recommendations.

“Outstanding course overall. It was very informative, well-explained, and engaging.”

Vinayak Nair
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South
West Windsor, NJ

“The instructor was very good. (I don’t remember his name, but I believe it started with a J.) He kept a good pace and made it interactive and fun. I have taken SAT prep classes in the past and there is no doubt that this was the best one. The pace and level of detail he went into was tremendous. I would strongly recommend this course to anyone.”

Jesse Kinsmann
Newton High School
Newton, CT

“The teacher was very engaging—I learned so much today. Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Kashyap Kolukula
Littleton High School
Littleton, MA

“Great tips on avoiding incorrect answers!”

Ruhani Prasad
South County High School
Lorton, VA

“The instructor was very interesting and easy to listen to. He made the SAT seem less daunting and more doable.”

Rory O'Dwyer
Owen J. Roberts High School
Pottstown, Pennsylvania

“I appreciated the instructor saying good job to specific people during the Boot Camp. It made the course feel more personal. Also, although SAT prep is obviously boring, and I would rather be watching football, the instructor kept the course interesting, keeping me engaged and helping me learn throughout the entire class.”

Andrew Poe
West Springfield High School
West Springfield, MA

“This was so convenient and helpful. Thank you so much for providing really good examples.”

Micah Desai
Sunny Hills High School
Fullerton, CA

“Had a great time!”

Arthur Harner
Sparta High School
Sparta, NJ

“Thank you! I really think this will help me on the SATs!”

Katie Koller
Southern Regional High School
Stafford Township, NJ

“The math part was really helpful for me. I understand the test a lot better than before.”

Suzannah Eibacher
Governor Livingston High School
Berkeley Heights, NJ

“Very helpful and engaging. I like how you answered students’ specific questions.”

Lisa Jair
Walpole High School
Walpole, MA

“It was a great experience. Thank you very much!”

Sruthi Polturi
West Windsor-Plainisboro High School North
Plainsboro, NJ

“The instructor was pretty cool.”

Benjamin Palmer
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North
Plainsboro, NJ

“This was my first SAT prep course so I don’t have much else to compare it to, but it was a great experience and I feel a lot more prepared now. The instructor was interesting so that was nice—it made the course less boring (not that it was boring, I just don’t want to use the word interesting again because that’s repetitive). Thank you for the tips and tricks. And to whoever is reading these survey responses, I hope you have a nice day. :-)”

Kavya Kamath
Sparta High School
Sparta, NJ

“I really enjoyed the course and definitely know it’ll help me get a higher score on the SAT.”

Thomas Reynolds
Owen J. Roberts High School
Pottstown, PA

“Thank you very much, I feel a lot more confident and have learned more tricks to help me on the test.”

Drew Fitzpatrick
Bordentown Regional High School
Bordentown Township, NJ

“I just want to let you know how honored I am to have gotten the chance to work with you. You have been such an incredible guide and mentor throughout this whole process, and I am forever grateful.”

Elvia Perez
Student, Marshall High School
Los Angeles, CA

“I’ve taken like 10 million SAT prep courses but yours was actually great.”

Pooja Chopra
Student, New Explorations into Science, Technology, and Math High School
New York City, NY

“We chose your program based on the recommendation of my son’s college counselor, and I’m very pleased with the progress he’s making. The one-on-one tutoring is helping him build skills naturally, over time, without having to sacrifice his school work or his commitment to soccer. Thank you for being dedicated, flexible, and supportive.”

Joshua Yaffin
Parent, Trinity Catholic

“I chose your program for my daughters because I wanted a program that was comprehensive and results-oriented without being… how shall I say this… boring! I love that you use humor to keep students engaged and that you break down strategies into easy-to-remember steps.”

Tracy Handerhan
Parent, Rumson-Fair Haven High School
Rumson, NJ

“We are a highly academic school, where students feel tremendous pressure to achieve. Your boot camps help our students earn great scores without adding any more stress to their lives, which is amazing.”

Suparna Mahableshwarkar
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North
West Windsor, NJ

“Thank you for motivating my son to do his best and helping my daughter gain admission into DUKE’s TIPS program.”

Rena Yu
The Kinkaid School
Houston, TX

“So many scores up, so many happy students and parents. Thank you!”

Wajeeha Khan
California High School
San Ramon, CA

“My son tuned into your class KICKING AND SCREAMING. At the end of the first session, he begrudgingly told me that it was a good course and that he had a surprisingly good time. Kudos to whoever the teacher was. He said he was informative and funny and that he made hard concepts easy to understand. Thank you!”

Paul McCabe
La Jolla High School
San Diego, CA

“I’m really enjoying your classes and find that they are already so helpful, even though we have only had a few so far! They are somehow making this whole process less stressful and even fun, which I didn’t think was possible! Thank you again so much for doing your best to accommodate me, and for being a wonderful teacher!”

Kaitlyn Chesleigh
The Mary Louis Academy
Jamaica Estates, NY

“Super helpful. This course was just awesome. The instructor was funny and kept everything interesting. He clearly knows what he is talking about, and produces helpful tips and strategies for students. Interaction with students was great, and I felt acknowledged and heard.”

Isabell Thorp
Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School
Bethesda, MD

“I really enjoyed this experience (surprisingly) and learned a lot. I’m also very appreciative of all the extra resources you guys provide after each lesson. It proves you guys actually care about the students and want to help us succeed rather than doing these courses just for the money. :)”

Charvee Dua
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School
South Princeton Junction, NJ

“I appreciate how all of my questions were very thoroughly answered.”

Levente Nas
Chantilly High School
Chantilly, VA

“The instructor was very good (I don’t remember his name but I believe it started with a ‘J’). He kept a good pace, as well as made it interactive and fun. The time flew by. I strongly recommend this instructor to anyone who is interested in this course.”

Jesse Kinsmann
Newtown High School
Newtown, CT

“Occasionally, for a few of the easier questions, the explanation was slightly excessive. Otherwise, it was entertaining and time passed by quite quickly. I am definitely confident in the usefulness of these tips and look forward to applying them and raising my score.”

Nicholas Belev
Natick High School
Natick, MA

“This was amazing, really helpful and eased some stress.”

Rudy White
Bishop McNamara High School
Forestville, MD

“I like how it was very interactive and that many of the examples and tricks were easy to grasp. I took a different prep course, and it wasn’t nearly as informative or understandable. I actually feel more prepared now. Thank you!!”

Eva Stavinsky
Bethesda Chevy-Chase High School
Bethesda, MD

“I had a great time taking this lesson today. I felt that it was very helpful, and I learned a lot of new things, especially with the instructor being very familiar with the structure of the SAT. I am excited for the lessons in the next few weeks. Thank you very much!”

Susan Zhao
Dulles High School
Sugar Land, TX

“Today was very engaging–I learned a lot! The teacher was amazing!!!!!!!!!!!”

Kashyap Kolukula
Littleton High School
Littleton, MA

“The instructor was super encouraging and entertaining and did a great job of relating to us and allowing us to give feedback. Overall, really loved him!”

Anna West
Broad Run High School
Ashburn, VA

“This course has made me so much more confident. I found the lessons on SAT Reading to be really helpful when it comes to staying focused on the main ideas of the passages.”

Jasmyn Brown
Eleanor Roosevelt High School
New York, NY

“Ummm, YES, you have my and my Mom’s permission to use my name! I got a 1600 because of you!!”

Andrew Zhao
Henry M. Gunn High School
Palo Alto, CA

“I thought that the instructor was very interesting and easy to listen to. We went over a lot of information but he made the SAT seem less daunting and more doable.”

Rory O'Dwyer
Owen J. Roberts High School
Pottstown, PA

“I appreciated the instructor saying good job to specific people throughout the course. It made the instructor seem more personal and not just someone talking over the web.”

Andrew Po
West Springfield High School
West Springfield, VA

“Overall, a lot less boring than other SAT prep. Good pop culture and current-day references.”

Maxwell Chuo
North Hunterdon High School
Annandale, NJ

“This was so convenient and helpful! Thank you so much for providing really good examples.”

Micah Desai
Sunny Hills High School
Fullerton, CA

“You seem like a cool dude. You know your stuff. Thanks for teaching.”

Shukla Yashvita
Bethesda Chevy-Chase High School
Bethesda, MD

“I learned a lot of stuff that I feel would be very beneficial on the SAT and ACT. Thank you!”

Griffin Patterson
New Providence High School
New Providence, NJ

“The instructor was very knowledgeable and kept it interesting. The pacing was really good, too, and there was ample time for answering each question.”

Abigail Lowder
Putnam Valley High School
Putnam Valley, NY

“Very engaging and interesting. I wasn’t bored for a second.”

Janice Lin
St. John XXIII College Preparatory
Katy, TX

“I really appreciated the speaker’s humor. It made everything much more interesting and memorable. Furthermore, the quotes added a more personal and understandable perspective on the points being made. I had a lot of resources previous to this, but nothing nearly as helpful.”

Yaseen Saleh
NYC iSchool
New York, NY

“The course was very beneficial. I learned great strategies that I hope to review at least weekly as I get ready for the exam. Thanks for keeping it interesting and interactive – our classes were actually fun. Also, I felt like I could ask questions without fear. I will share this experience with my friends who are thinking about taking the SAT. Thank you for taking the time to help others raise their test scores.”

Christian Rivera
Deer Park High School
Deer Park, TX

“Great tips on how to avoid incorrect answers!”

Ruhani Prasad
South County High School
Lorton, VA

“I found your course very helpful for learning how to avoid ‘decoy’ answers. Thank you!”

Sriya Jonnadula
Owen J. Roberts High School
Pottstown, PA

“I am the grandparent of a student that took the study program at my house. (I connected through his mother’s email link.) I listened. I will recommend for sure.”

Lisa Teague
West Springfield High School
West Springfield, VA

“This was my first SAT prep course so I don’t have much else to compare it to but it was a good experience and I feel a lot more prepared now. The instructor was interesting so that was nice, it made the webinar less boring (not that it was boring, I just don’t want to use interesting again because that’s repetitive). Overall, it was really good. Thank you for the tips and tricks.”

Kavya Kamath
Sparta High School
Sparta, NJ

“The course was interesting and opened my mind to other ways of thinking about the reading passages and questions. Really helpful.”

Peter Gorge
Monte Vista High School
Danville, CA

“Kept me interested with so many great examples. Thank you!”

Ira Guruprasad
Dobbs Ferry High School
Dobbs Ferry, NY

“I liked the student-teacher interaction, well-timed breaks, and injection of comedy into the coursework.”

Lander Etcheverry
Newbury Park High School
Newbury Park, CA

“I really thought that the outside examples aided me in understanding the concepts he was trying to explain. I would certainly recommend this to anyone planning on taking the SAT.”

Ailbhe Brady
Somers High School
Somers, NY

“I can’t praise the instructor enough. Helpful and energetic with a passion for his work. Just an overall huge help.”

Mason Miller
Newtown High School
Newtown, CT

“Thank you so much! This was incredibly helpful and informative.”

Tam Nguyen
Paint Branch High School
Burtonsville, MD

“SUPER GREAT and INTERACTIVE.”

Shawn Hartis
Deer Park High School
Deer Park, TX

“I really liked the teacher and how he was authentic and relatable and included sample questions and excerpts. I really do feel much more confident.”

Sydney Jones
Springbrook High School
Colesville, MD

790 in Reading and Writing on the May SAT! Thank you!

Aaradhya P.
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South
Princeton Junction, NJ

“Thank you for helping me earn a 1550 on the SAT! I was a bit nervous the day of, but as I was going through the test, I felt very prepared. The course taught me how to read and analyze passages as well as the questions, which really helped me narrow down the choices and choose the correct answer each time.”

Justine Lao
The Mary Louis Academy
Jamaica Estates, NY

“I was able to raise my SAT score from a 1370 to a 1540. That’s a 170-point increase, something that may seem daunting but becomes easier with great guidance.”

Nicholas C.
Somers High School
Somers, NY

“Up from 620 to 760—thank you, this course was amazing!”

Jennie Park
Whitney Young Magnet High School
Chicago, IL

“Before, I could never figure out how to tell right answers from the wrong ones. I could usually get Reading question down to two choices, but then I would sit there, unsure which one to pick. I used to lose so much time in SAT Reading, going back-and-forth between answer choices. Now I know how to spot when an answer seems to be right but is really a ‘trap.’ Thank you. I feel much more confident for October.”

Arushi Varadkar
J. P. Stevens High School
Edison, NJ

“800!!!!!!!!”

Michael Leung
Lowell High School
San Francisco, CA
“I really liked the teacher and how he was authentic and relatable and included sample questions and excerpts. I really do feel much more confident.”
Sydney Jones
Springbrook High School

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We realize that many students and parents are unsure whom to trust when it comes to SAT preparation. A local tutor? A big national company? Maybe just an online program and a book of practice tests? How do you know whom to trust when everyone claims to be the best?

At The Playbook, we don’t believe we have some special patent on SAT prep. There are many reputable providers out there, as there are in every field. Ultimately, we believe there are four important factors that determine whether students do well. To us, the four factors that determine whether a student will maximize his or her potential are:

  • The teaching talent and experience level of the instructor
  • The breadth and accuracy of the curriculum
  • The careful planning leading up to and throughout the entire preparation process
  • The diligence and motivation of the student him or herself

To us, everything beyond these four factors is simply marketing and irrelevant to a student’s success.

Perhaps the best assurance we can provide you is that we work mainly through word-of-mouth. We’re a national company, with resources of a major prep firm, but we don’t treat students as numbers or attract students with pay-per-click Google ads. Students turn to us because of our track record and positive word-of-mouth.

This course is ideally suited for students seeking an extended, comprehensive SAT prep program for both the math and verbal sections of the exam. Unlike some of our other group programs, which target specific aspects of the test, our 16-Hour SAT Prep Course covers the entire SAT and features full-length practice exams, a low student-to-teacher ratio, and individualized feedback.
Absolutely! We strongly encourage participation and create a welcoming, supportive class environment from the outset. Students simply type their questions and send them to us via a chat box. All questions are private, so students can feel secure asking anything they would like without having to feel in any way self-conscious.
Yes, every single math and verbal question students are guaranteed to encounter on the morning of the test.

We calculate score improvement data based on students’ starting scores from official exams (shared with us) and students’ official SAT scores after they have completed our 16-Hour SAT Prep Course (also shared with us). We then segment that data according to starting score ranges, because a student starting at, say, a 1450 can’t improve more than 150 points.

Students whose starting scores range from 1000 to 1150, inclusive, improve an average of 270 points.

Students whose starting scores range from 1160 to 1300, inclusive, improve an average of 200 points.

Students whose starting scores range from 1310 to 1450, inclusive, improve an average of 140 points.

And students whose starting scores range from 1450 to 1500, inclusive, improve an average of 90 points.

Most of the students are juniors, but we do have a substantial number of sophomores who participate in our program.

Yes, although private instruction is by no means necessary, many students do supplement this program with one-on-one tutoring. Please contact us if you are interested in discussing private tutoring options in addition to this course.

16 HOURS OF EXPERT INSTRUCTION. FOUR DIAGNOSTIC EXAMS. PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK.

Our Fall SAT Prep Course Begins October 23

Our comprehensive SAT prep course arms students with go-to strategies for every question guaranteed to be on the SAT, ensuring that students march into the test feeling confident and well-prepared.
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Oct 23 – Nov 30 Schedule

Class 1: Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 2: Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 3: Saturday, November 6, 2021, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 4: Saturday, November 13, 2021, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 5: Tuesday, November 16, 2021, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET

Class 6: Saturday, November 20, 2021, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 7: Tuesday, November 23, 2021, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET

Class 8: Tuesday, November 30, 2021, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET

Jan 15 – Mar 5 Schedule

Class 1: Saturday, January 15, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 2: Saturday, January 22, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 3: Saturday, January 29, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 4: Saturday, February 5, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 5: Saturday, February 12, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 6: Saturday, February 19, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 7: Saturday, February 26, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Class 8: Saturday, March 5, 2022, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

DEC 18 - MAR 8 Schedule

Exam 1: Saturday, December 18, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET at TMLA.

Class 1: Tuesday, January 4, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Class 2: Tuesday, January 11, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Exam 2: Saturday, January 15, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET at TMLA.

Class 3: Tuesday, January 18, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Class 4: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Exam 3: Saturday, February 5, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET at TMLA.

Class 5: Tuesday, February 8, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Class 6: Tuesday, February 15, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Exam 4: Saturday, February 26, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET at TMLA.

Class 7: Tuesday, March 1, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Class 8: Tuesday, March 8, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ET (Live-Online). 

Oct 27 – Nov 20 Schedule

Class 1: Wednesday, October 27, 2021, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET

Class 2: Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Class 3: Wednesday, November 3, 2021, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET

Class 4: Saturday, November 6, 2021, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Class 5: Wednesday, November 10, 2021, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET

Class 6: Saturday, November 13, 2021, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Class 7: Wednesday, November 17, 2021, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET

Class 8: Saturday, November 20, 2021, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

100 THINGS MOST TEENAGERS WOULD RATHER DO THAN PREP FOR THE SAT OR ACT

1. Visit the orthodontist. 2. Watch PBS. 3. Go an entire week without rolling their eyes at their parents. 4. Watch C-SPAN. 5. Retake their AP Chem final. 6. Intern at a local CPA’s office. 7. Turn off their cell phone. 8. Mop the kitchen. 9. Clean their bathroom. 10. Renounce social media. 11. Write a 10-page history paper. 12. Get a bunch of allergy shots. 13. Wait in line at the post office. 14. Watch the Weather Channel. 15. Be abducted by aliens. 16. Attend a clarinet recital. 17. Tour a Soviet-era nuclear plant. 18. Eat a healthy and nutritious dinner. 19. Do calisthenics. 20. Bake snickerdoodle cookies for that guy who’s always loitering by his van. 21. Watch a black-and-white foreign film without subtitles. 22. Clean out the rain gutters. 23. Pretend they’re 42 and recently divorced. 24. Listen to NPR’s Weekend Edition. 25. Read a newspaper. 26. Visit the DMV. 27. Eat crispy fried tarantulas (considered a delicacy in Cambodia). 28. Serve as a “breath odor evaluator” for a toothpaste company. (Yes, this job actually exists.) 29. Go on a double date with their parents. 30. Undergo dental surgery. 31. Babysit their annoying stepbrother. 32. Empty Mr. Whisker’s litter box. 33. Take out the trash. 34. Clean the rain gutters. 35. Tell their parents they’d like to sit down to discuss the Birds n’ the Bees. 36. Stare at a blank television screen for several hours. 37. Be fitted for orthodontic headgear. 38. Organize their closet. 39. Vacuum their entire house. 40. Eat that substance their school cafeteria claims is Sloppy Joe. 41. Kiss Tucker Carlson. 42. Make origami turtles for the residents of a local nursing home. 43. Do a few hundred burpees. 44. Try Uncle Morris’s beef stew. 45. Watch Hillbilly Handfishin’ on Animal Planet. 46. Eat “bird’s nest” soup, which sounds kind of scrumptious unless you know the broth is made from bird SALIVA. 47. Set up an Facebook account for Grandma. 48. Start a backyard garden. 49. Dust home furnishings. 50. Do an exercise known as the “Bulgarian Split Squat.” 51. Help Dad trim his back hair. 52. Hunt for spare change between the sofa cushions. 53. Hunt for leftover Cheez-Its between the sofa cushions. 54. Mow the lawn. 55. Learn how to knit. 56. Research Wikipedia’s entry on the history of Q- tips. 57. Count how many times they can blink in one hour. 58. Compose a haiku. 59. Do one of the American Dental Association’s oral disease-themed jigsaw puzzles. 60. Watch televised bowling. 61. Give Grandpa a foot massage. 62. Give Grandma a foot massage. 63. Play tea party with their six-year-old stepsister. 64. Read The Red Badge of Courage. 65. Browse Burlington Coat Factory’s fall collection. 66. Floss. 67. Listen to The Scarlett Letter on audiobook. 68. Watch televised bowling. 69. Lie really, really still and pretend they’re deceased. 70. Join their twelve-year-old sister and all of her friends for a dance party!!! 71. Wash their parents’ minivan. 72. Journal about their feelings. 72. Give themselves a haircut. 73. Make homemade kombucha. 74. Learn to crochet. 75. Get a head start on their LinkedIn profile. 76. Watch a black- and-white movie marathon. 77. Visit the library. 78. Run a relay race. 79. Eat slimy san-nakji, which is considered a delicacy in Korea. 80. Eat khash, a traditional dish in Southeastern Europe that is so disgusting you’re just going to have to Google it to find out what it’s made of. 81. Eat the Swedish delicacy blodpättar, which kind of sounds like what it is. 81. Eat bat soup, a traditional dish in Micronesia. 82. Eat harkarl, rotten shark meat that is considered a delicacy in Iceland. 83. Eat the Scottish dish known as haggis. 84. Eat escamol, a Mexican dish that kind of looks like it’s made of rice but definitely isn’t. 85. Eat “Rocky Mountain Oysters,” which, despite the name, may not be from the Rocky Mountains and definitely are not oysters. 86. Wrestle an alligator. 87. Be a “professional apologizer,” a person whose actual full-time job is to apologize on behalf of other people. 88. Be an ostrich babysitter, which is apparently something people do in South Africa. 89. Ponder what life would have been like if they had been born in Kazakhstan. 90. Take a transatlantic flight on Biman Bangladesh Airlines, widely considered the worst airline in the entire world. 91. Eat fugu, a potentially lethal blowfish. 92. Do a form of running exercise known as “laps of misery.” 93. Walk the neighbor’s dog. 94. Clean their room. 95. Frolic naked through the mall. 96. Do a handstand on two fingers. 97. Do one-armed chin-ups. 98. Do a form of exercise known as a “flying human flag abdominal crunch.” 99. Watch the 2011 movie Tree of Life. (Trust us, it’s booooring.) 100. Use sock puppets to practice their future networking skills.