Tips in Preparing for SAT & ACT Test

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Tips in Preparing for SAT & ACT Test

Date posted: Apr 08, 2016       Posted by: Jarric Bon Creencia

When it comes to taking the SAT/ACT, everyone has a story to tell and techniques to share. Quite simply, there’s a lot of Dos and a handful of Don’ts.

However, the question is-- are you indeed ready to take your SAT/ACT tests?

Test preparation isn’t easy. Here we have a list of helpful tips on how to prepare for your exams and finish it with flying colours. Have a look!

  1. Stop wasting time – Be mindful of the time allotted for the exam. Read and understand each questions carefully, refrain from reading the directions many times, and take your break as scheduled. Time is of the essence.


  1. Stop random guessing in multiple choicesSAT/ACT isn’t a guessing game. It would not help. If you do not know the answer to a specific question, just skip it and move to the next one. You don’t want to see yourself reading the same question over and over again simply because you’re trying to guess the correct answer. Again, going back to the first item--- stop wasting time.


  1. Take realistic practice tests – Internet today is very valuable; we can use it for exam preparations and advance studies. In case you need to find a website that can help you with SAT/ACT test preps, try Teachers-to-GO! They give students access to video tutorials and sample questions that can be used for practice.


  1. Practice more – The more practice tests you take, the better chance of acing your SAT/ACT. It will also help you familiarize yourself with the flow of the exam. As the saying goes, practice makes everything perfect.

These are just some tips to help you prepare for the exam.

“Keep in your mind that SAT and ACT is just a game, like playing basketball, chess, soccer or any other sports. Those who know how the game is played have a huge advantage over those who have no ideas and ignorant of the game’s rules and plays.”

Hope these information help! Good luck on the upcoming SAT & ACT exams!

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