Coming up with an SAT study plan (and sticking to it) is the number one way to make sure that you are prepared on test day. If you show up to the SAT knowing that you did your best to prepare, then no matter what happens you can’t have any regrets. And that’s a pretty good feeling.
So, whether you have months until you take the SAT, or you’re cramming all the concepts into a short month, week, or (oops) several days of studying, we have some well-outlined SAT Study Schedules for you to stick to.
Happy Studying, Magooshers!
These study plans will help you prep for the newly redesigned SAT exam, which debuted in March 2016. These study schedules use Magoosh SAT Prep:
Don’t see a study schedule that fits your needs? That’s okay! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We take requests. 🙂
These study schedules helped students prep for the version of the SAT exam that was offered through January 23, 2016:
Happy studying! 🙂