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5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the SAT

6 thoughts on “5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the SAT

  1. That’s good to know that it will be worth it to answer every question even if you have to guess it. I would think that if it doesn’t count against you, then it would be beneficial to make sure you at least throw down an answer for all the questions. I’ll have to tell that to my son who is starting to prep for the SAT.

  2. I like that you suggest getting to know the test, and its rules. My son is taking the SAT at the end of the summer, and he wants to be as prepared as possible. I will keep this in mind, and start looking for an SAT prep class he can go to, to learn these things.

  3. Link low probability behaviour to high probability behaviour…ergo, reward yourself after studying for the SAT
    Set aside a specific time each day to work on preparing for the SAT , then reward yourself by doing what you would rather do. This is called the Premack Principle and it works!
    From 7:00- 9:00 each weekday work on the SAT prep, then play video games, etc…

  4. I completely agree with the article that practice and reviewing practice questions is really important for preparing for the ACT. I think doing so could help you feel more prepared and confident when it’s time to take the actual SAT. My son has been stressing about taking the SAT this spring, so I think if he had some practice with a couple prep courses he’d feel much better about it.

  5. Another good idea would be to start practicing as soon as possible! That way you won’t end up rushing to practice. If you allow yourself plenty of time, you can practice a bit each day. Then, as it gets closer, you can dedicate more time to studying. Hopefully that helps you to memorize everything and do your best!

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