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Apr 15th 2015

How to Prepare for SAT Exams: Study Schedule

SAT exam preparing


  There is a common theme among students that are going to take the SAT, that they are the most evil things ever created in the universe. In fact, the SAT is not as demonic as some students make it out to be. If you want to ace your SAT, then there is only one thing to do, prepare. The SAT is a three hour and forty-five minute exam which starts at 8:30 AM on a Saturday. It has ten sections; three each for Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. One extra (experimental) section is also included randomly in one of the three. The test is offered seven times a year in the United States - October, November, December, January, March/April (varies), May and June. So there is no need to have a heart attack if you do not pass it the on the first go.

How to Prepare for the SAT

How to prepare for the SAT if you start a year before the test

  Now, I know that some of you might want to start preparing for the SAT a year early because of parental pressure or you just love studying, but here is my advice. RELAX. Be a teenager for three months, go to a few parties, hang with your friends, and enjoy your last three months of freedom.

How to prepare for the SAT if you start nine months before the test

This can be done in monthly stages:

How to prepare for the SAT if you start three months before the test

Even though you would be starting to prepare for the SAT a bit late, you can still get things done in time to ace the exam:

How to prepare for the SAT if you start one month before the test

If you start at this point you can still get a lot done, maybe you’ll not be perfectly prepared but you can learn a lot in one month, if you set your mind to it.

How to prepare for the SAT if you start one week before the test

  If you start at this point you can still get a lot done, some preparation is better than none.

How to prepare for the SAT if you start the night before the test

If you start at this point you can still get a lot done, there are lots of university students that start the day before their exams, and some preparation is always better than none.

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