What to do during the week before the SAT exam?

What to do during the week before the SAT exam?
What to do during the week before the SAT?
With the SATs coming in a few months, students who are going to give the examination for the first time are worried about how they are going to fair in terms of grades or scores. For school students, it may seem to be an exciting time, but the pressure of giving the exam itself can be tremendous. The last week before the examination is a vital time for all students. Hence, today we are going to talk about the things you need during the week before sitting for the SATs. Read on to find out more. Work out for half an hour on a daily basis This might actually sound useless to students, but working out can actually prove to be beneficial before an examination on many levels. Working out increases their ability to sleep properly, and focus effectively. Solve one practice question set on a daily basis You can use various College Board websites to find and solve practice question sets on a daily basis. Most of these tests are free of cost, but that does not necessarily mean you need to solve more than one set every day. Take it slow and let it sink in. Have lots of fruits and vegetables every day When you include fruits and vegetables in your diet during the last week before your SATs, you ensure that you do not get sick and always feel energetic. You need to feel your best on D-Day, and this is perhaps the best way to do so. Gather all your necessary exam related belongings on the very last day of the week You need to be prepared to leave for the exam on the morning of the exam. So basically there is no point in keeping the work pending. The following are some of the items you need to gather and keep together on the last of the week before the exam:
  • Official photo ID card
  • Admission ticket for SAT exam
  • 3 non mechanical and sharpened pencils
  • A working calculator
  • An eraser, preferably of the non-dust nature
  • Some snack items like dark chocolate bars and some chips
  • A leak-proof water bottle
Always check the type of calculator you are allowed to take on the College Board websites to avoid any sort of debacle. Always go to sleep on time Although sleeping with the stress and tension of the SATs may be tough, you need to get a good night’s sleep every day during the last week so as to keep your focus and concentration intact. Make it a point to wake up early on D-Day You need to wake up at least 30 minutes before you normally do on the day of your SATs so as to allow yourself some time to get ready and leave home on time. This will also help you to feel less lethargic. Relax and take a deep breath You may be stressed, you may even be tensed. But losing your calm on the day of the exam will only cause problems for you. So relax and take a deep breath. Try listening to some music, or watching a movie before you go to sleep to calm your nerves and relax your brain. Take your mind off the exam when you go to sleep so that you can get a full night’s sleep. Take it easy, and you should definitely succeed. These are only some of the tips that you need to follow during the last week before the SAT examinations. Search online and find more unique ways to relax, calm yourself, keep yourself healthy, and succeed in the exams.

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