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How to Prepare for the SAT
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What does the SAT mean?
The word SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. It is administered by the College Board in the United States of America. It is an American based test.
The SAT Outline
The image below outlines the basic format of the test. The best test preparation strategies when preparing to take the SAT is to understand the outline of the test, the format of the questions, and the grammar needed to respond to the questions.
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Navigate Each Section of the SAT Test
Achieve Success With Our SAT Test Preparation Videos!
The videos below include general overviews of both sections, tips on how to prepare for each section, and what to expect on test day.
After watching the videos, visit the recommended websites below to see available resources and books you can use to further prepare for the test.
SAT Evidence Based Reading and Writing Sections
This video presents a general overview of the SAT 1 Evidence based reading and writing sections of the exam.
It will also provide SAT test prep tips on how to understand question categories in each of the sections of the exam, along with general test prep tips on how to handle test questions.
SAT Math Section: Calculator vs. No Calculator
.How much should you depend on you calculator? The SAT Math section contains two sections; Calculator Math and No Calculator Math.
This video presents a general overview of the entire exam. It will also provide SAT test prep tips on how to understand question categories in each of the sections of the exam, along with general tips on how to solve test questions.
How Long Should You Prepare for The SAT?
The college board recommends you give yourself 6 to 20 hours preparation time before taking the test. You should also consider a 4 hour practice test to figure out which sections you need to prepare longer for.
Now that you have watched our self-directed videos on the best self-guided strategies to preparing for the SAT, should you continue to go at it alone, or should you get help with preparing for the test?
Consider PrepScholar for Top SAT Results
In order to give yourself a better sense of direction when it comes to your progress in understanding each section of the SAT, EduKitchen recommends signing up for professional support with PrepScholar.
Investing in your SAT preparation strategies will bring great rewards to your university career. The scores you get on the SAT will help you reach in being accepted into your dream university!
PrepScholar offers online support and resources that will show you first hand the format of the SAT questions and how you should approach answering the questions, in terms of what to look for in answering the questions.
SAT Test Preparation Books and Web Resources
The Digital SAT Websites
The digital SAT is an online version of the traditional paper and pencil version of the test. It will be administered internationally starting MArch 2023, and within the United States starting in 2024.
For more detailed information on the digital SAT, including the online resource book called BlueBook, visit the College Board (see links below).
If you do choose to go at it on your own, there are many test preparation books available to help with studying for the SAT. We provide links to the most comprehensive list of SAT books, and direct resources, to help compare and make a decision as to which book is best for you.
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