5 Ways To Prepare For The SAT

5 Ways To Prepare For The SAT

SAT General Strategy Your effort must be equal for all aspects of your SAT preparation – be it an advanced quadratic function or a simple arithmetic sum, or even a tough English grammar question. You need to make sure that you focus on all topics equally. Try to get some sleep the day before the exam, as you need to have your complete focus. The entire examination is based on the entire amount of knowledge you collect over years, and your ability to keep this knowledge stored in your head. The knowledge you accumulate while studying for the SAT during the last month is perhaps most valuable to you in every way. If you think you are getting stressed out severely with all the pressure of studying, simply close your books, go out, and watch a movie with your friends. This will get your mind off things, and you will be able to concentrate much more effectively once you get back. You must have enrolled for some for SAT help and guidance program for the last two months before the exam, as you believe that this might help you boost your scores. When you join such a course, make it a point to absorb and remember all that is taught to you during the sessions. This will be extremely beneficial for you.

SAT Math strategy The mathematics section in your SAT paper will be of an MCQ variety, so you will have plenty of references and supporting data like facts, figures and formulas. But learning how to use this information is a part of your entire learning strategy during the last month before the exam. For certain questions, the use of calculator is permissible by the authorities, but without knowing how actually you can make use of the formulae given to you, the use of a calculator will be a waste of time and futile. You need to have a guiding mechanism that can help you learn how to approach each and every question during the actual test. For instance, if you are stuck on a certain problem, you can always substitute certain numbers with their variables to get a better, or easily achievable result. You can also try and do some back-calculation with the multiple answers provided to you to arrive at the correct conclusion. But these tricks must be learned when you are studying for the test, preferably during the last month, as said earlier.

SAT Reading strategy Coming to the reading test – the entire test now comes with short reading passages as well as long ones. While working on the reading section during the month before, making it a practice to read the passage thoroughly from the first word to the last is a very good idea on your part. This needs to be a regular practice on your part as this will help you to increase your speed of reading, which will allow you to finish the section on time. You need to be able to refer to any line or sentence in the passage while solving the questions, so develop your skills in such a way during the last month so that you can find any sentence with ease.

SAT Writing strategy The writing section in the SAT exam consists of MCQ type questions, which require careful attention and focus. The entire writing section is divided into various sections. The primary one is IMPROVING SENTENCES, where you need to select the correct sentence from a given list. Regular grammar and sentence writing exercises must be undertaken during your preparatory month to bring about accuracy. Your ability to choose the correct answer must be honed throughout the month, so take care that you practice a lot.

SAT Essay strategy During the last month before the exam, practice the art of improving written passages by altering punctuation marks, words, and the order of sentences. Practice reading the passage carefully and rewrite it by making all the necessary corrections. The more you practice, the better will be your score.

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