Wondering how to improve your SAT score by 300 points? What about 500 points? This comprehensive post breaks down the steps you should take (and some good resources you can use) to get the SAT score of your dreams next time you take the test!
In this post, we’ll look at strategies for choosing the right answers in SAT Reading questions that test your knowledge of the structure of writing.
Check out the video for some expert tips to help you absolutely crush, demolish, devastate, annihilate the New SAT Reading test.
Test anxiety can prevent you from getting a good score on the ACT or SAT. In this article, learn how to defeat it.
The next SAT exam is this Saturday, January 23rd. This will be the last time that the current version of the SAT be offered to students. It’s the end of an era! After Saturday, the SAT will be completely revamped. But let’s worry about that on Monday. For now, let’s talk about last minute prep for Saturday’s exam.
Studying for the SAT in Two Hour Increments It’s not easy to slip two hours of SAT prep into a busy schedule. So when you do, you want to use it as effectively as possible. For many that means intensely devouring a chapter in an SAT book. For others, it means learning a bunch of […]
The SAT is a long and grueling exam. As the three hours and forty-five minutes pass by, a lot of thoughts come across your mind. Here is a list of thoughts that you should avoid.
Many people think taking a practice test at home is easy. You sit down, take the test, and you’re done. Right? Well, even if your concentration skills are well honed and you can sit in place for three plus hours, you’ll still have to contend with the numerous distractions. And there is a lot more to taking a practice test than simply completing every question: you have to learn from the process.
Ready to start prepping (or not so ready)? Below are some critical tips you want to keep in mind before you try to ascend the daunting summit known as SAT prep.
Here’s something I’ve learned as a marathoner: (Ok, I’ve run one marathon, but there are more in my future). It’s not all about putting one foot in front of the other for hours on end. There’s a physiological science behind marathon training plans so you don’t kill yourself trying to run 26.2 miles. There’s psychological […]