Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason just finished a stretch run that essentially carried the Flyers into the playoffs, though his playoff run was short-lived. Interestingly enough, Mason is also lending a helping hand to students nationwide to prepare for their future.
As high school juniors and seniors embark on the road to college planning, they are faced with the fear of SAT standardized tests. These tests are essential to acceptance at many colleges and universities.
Mason is featured in a practice question on comma usage in the new edition of The Princeton Review: Cracking the New SAT Premium 2016 Edition.
On page 95 of the practice book that many students around the United States are utilizing for test preparation, the following question is examined: