Soooooooo, there’s an SAT coming up this Saturday.
That means you have 2 days left to gracefully round off your months of test preparation…or to stuff in as much SAT material as your brain can handle.
Regardless of which boat you fall into, I’ve pulled together some of my favorite tweets to encourage you in these last few days before the test. Read on for last minute must-do’s, study tips and more that will (hopefully!) lead you to victory this Saturday:
You probably already know that it’s extremely important for you to take at least one full length practice test before the actual SAT. But what you might not already know is that you should also mirror the conditions of the actual test–as best as you can–while taking your practice tests. Check out this tweet for more!
— College Counselors (@College_Experts) October 27, 2014
Check out this tweet for the ultimate SAT test day horror story that will put your stress in perspective and teach you to ALWAYS read the test directions.
— Fastweb Scholarships (@PayingForSchool) October 18, 2014
This tweet points you to a post that we wrote for our friends at CollegeXpress.com! It’s chock full of advice for what NOT to do on test day to make sure you’re not left with any regrets.
— CollegeXpress (@CollegeXpress) October 24, 2014
Last, but not least on this list, is a very practical tweet: you’ll want to know what to bring and what you can expect on Saturday morning, and this tweet provides you with just that.
— Education Jungle (@EduJungle) October 9, 2014
I hope this helps you feel that much more prepared for the test–you can do it! All of us at Magoosh team wish you the very best for this Saturday, and of course, if you have any lingering questions, feel free to comment them below. 🙂
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Ronke helps Magoosh build relationships with anyone and everyone in the education space. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies and a minor in Math and Science Education. The way to her heart is a good Chuck Norris joke or two, along with a homemade meal of Korean or Cajun goodness.
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