A great SAT score. It’ll take more than traditional studying to achieve. You’ll need guts, perseverance, and … bacon?
Yes, bacon. Or sugar. Or clairvoyance or a kitchen timer or a cute panda video.
Really, you’ll need a combination of the following 18 SAT lifehacks. They go far beyond book learning. In fact, some of them are downright bizarre. But hey – whatever works, right?
SAT Lifehack Infographic
These 18 unexpected tips can boost your SAT prep whether you have a month, a day, or 15 minutes left until your test. They’ll make it easier remain calm, focused, confident, and organized. Plus, they’ll help ensure that your mind and body are in top shape for the challenge that lies ahead.
Let us know which of our 18 unexpected tips you try!
Which tip do you like best? Leave a comment and let us know!
Rita creates fun, inspiring, and educational resources that introduce students to Magoosh and help them prep for their exams. She earned both her BA and Master of Pacific International Affairs from UC San Diego, where she also studied Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Rita loves education and marketing, just as much as she loves vinyasa yoga and baking chocolate chip cookies.
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SAT Question of the Day
The equation f(t) = t^3 + 5t represents the number of bacteria in a petri dish, where ‘t’ equals number of hours. What is the number of bacteria at exactly three hours?