THE TOP TEN SAT study strategies
If you are planning on attending a university you will have to schedule a SAT test. It assesses student’s academic skills to see if they are ready for the next level of education. Students will usually take it in their junior year of high school. While it is not reasonable to assume that you can spend a week or so cramming for this high stakes test, it is possible to study for several weeks up until the test date. It must be very pointed and determined studying; although for most students SAT prep should take at least 6 months to 1 year prior to taking the exam. There are several study strategies that can help you prepare for the SAT. Here are the top ten SAT study strategies. For more test prep resources please visit, http://www.catestutoring.com/blog/category/sat-strategy/
If you are planning on attending a university you will have to schedule a SAT test. It assesses student’s academic skills to see if they are ready for the ne... more
Set aside a specific time to study every single day leading up to the test.
Practice using actual questions that have been on previous SAT tests. (These are in SAT study guides)
Give some extra study time to your weaker areas.
Practice writing with time constraints.
Choose study materials that are comprised of practice from all three sections included in the test.
Take online study courses to help you study.
Sign up for a study group led by a qualified tutor.
Hire a private tutor to help you study for the exam.
Take the PSAT to locate areas that need more work.
Purchase SAT study manuals and use them!
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