Test-taking Strategies For Sat (computer Based Test)
Posted 01 August 2009 - 08:21 PM
Do you want to improve your SAT score? Some tips, I am going to share with you all right here, may this will help you.
Become familiar with the test before test day: It is always best to be familiar with as much as possible, what to expect before you arrive at the test center. Read on to learn about the purpose of the test, the content of the questions, test day procedures and test preparation strategies and materials. Once you be familiar with what to expect on the test, its time to practice.
Review the prep Course: For additional practice, try answering the free, interactive sample questions or download the free Math practice lessons (PDF) or the SAT Practice Test (PDF).
Review the two new question types that are included in the computer-based SAT Test: You may see one new Verbal or one Quantitative question in your test. These new questions will be counted toward examinee scores as soon as an adequate sample of data has been collected. View sample questions and additional information.
For the Analytical writing section, the prep course will give you advice about how to write effective essays for the Issue and Argument tasks. It will also let you practice writing essay responses under simulated testing conditions.
For the Verbal and Quantitative sections, try to answer some sample questions to become familiar with the question format.
Posted 06 August 2009 - 02:06 AM
Thanks Steacy about the tips that you had shared with us.
These tips would be helpful for the test or the day before the test. Do you have any preparation tips that make the preparation easy or do you have any suggestion or short method to learn the formulas or numerical values etc.
If you have any, then please share with me. I want to take the online preparation from anyone of the following online course-like kaplan, princeton review or testcircle.com.
What do you recommend which would be the better for the preparation.
Posted 08 August 2009 - 08:22 PM
If you are really decided to take the online preparation then you should know the few details about the online course provider like, how much it cost for the course, how long access it provide for the course in a day.
Is it provide help or support during your preparation or not and many more things you need to think and know before start your preparation through an online course.
Posted 11 October 2011 - 04:53 AM
Edited by Blicker, 21 June 2012 - 03:51 AM.
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