Best Free Way To Study For Sat
Posted 21 February 2011 - 11:34 AM
When I was studying for the SAT the best free tool I've found was a site called ShowMeSAT. This ended up helping many of my friends more then the expensive tutors and classes they could afford.
On the site, tutors give step-by-step explanations for all SAT practice problems in the major SAT prep books. So not only do you get the right answer, you learn how they got the right answer.
Check it out: http://www.showmeapp.com/sat/
Let me know if you like the site or have any other suggestions.
Posted 01 July 2012 - 09:35 PM
At first, I was shocked with my first SAT comprehension score. I depressed a lot that I could not succeed in this college competition. So I just went over all the test practices at random. However, this method didn't work for me.I was just stressed out without any progress. Thus I decided to get over from the basis.
After asking around, I got a book called "SAT Critical Reading Game" written by James Hong. One of top students in my school suggested me.
I first was attracted with the word "game" for the "hard task" that I was struggling with. I wondered how this book would let my reading comprehension to be developed. To be honest, I doubted. However, as I study with the book's guide, I realized reading needs not only one's basic knowledge and skill but also a strategic technique to find out what the examiner wants. This book led me how to solve the problems more easily like a "game". I would recommend this SAT reading "game" book by James Hong to all of you.
With only one book, I leaped up to my best score:780
I would say it is the best way to study without MONEY lol
good luck with your SAT! =)
Edited by Camille_c, 01 July 2012 - 09:44 PM.
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