Most of the time Test measures one thing how good you are at taking the SAT. Practice will improve your score and you do not have to memorize your entire textbook; you only need to learn how the test works. With more dedication and lots of practice tests, you will score higher.
- The purpose of the test is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college and provide colleges with one common data point that use to compare all applicants.
- The SAT is a standardized test that assesses the student’s skills in four core areas: Reading, Writing & Language, Math, and Essay (optional).
- Students of all Four years from 9th-12th grade take the SAT so they can submit their scores to colleges as part of the college application process. Usually 11th and 12th-grade students take the test.
- SAT scores are valid for five years, from the date that they are taken.
Smart Strategy to Prepare for SAT
- Decide the target score goal.
- Take the practice test.
- Find the difference between the Test score and the Targeted score.
- Analyze the practice test.
- Identify the strengths and areas of improvement subject-wise and topic-wise.
- Prepare first high-priority subjects and topics.
- Take practice individual subject tests to check the improvement.
- Take a full-length test before the actual test.
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