Getting Prepared for Your SATs
SATs are a stressful time for anyone. Looking to pass into the next academic threshold can be an intimidating thing, but luckily SATs have been around for a long time so with many tried and true methods it can make your SAT preparation experience become much more reasonable. Below we shall look at some SAT prep methods to see what can be useful for your individual needs.Practice exams
Practice exams are an excellent way of getting yourself into the right mindset before you have to sit yours. Your brain will be able to make better use of its knowledge in the exam environment because it will not be different to what you have been trying at home. You should always take a few tests first with external help found online or in text books and gradually progress until you can repeatedly take them on your own in the allotted time.
Online example, Many SAT tests have example questions and answers online or in textbooks, take time to familiarize yourself with the type of questions you will see and how you will be expected to answer them. Revision methods, Find what works for you! Many prospective students find making flash cards, revising in a library, working alone or in a group, working with regular 20 minute intervals, to be very beneficial to their SAT prep. Find what works for you and stick to that until you are ready to take your SAT. Good luck!