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  • When I took the SATs. I went to a class about 2 weeks before. It had the same type of questions. There was a couple teachers in the room and you could ask all the questions that you want. It helped so much. Go to kaptest.com they will help you.
  • Taking timed practice tests help a lot. You can find a lot of books that explain the nuances of the SAT as well as include practice tests for you to complete. If you practice these by the time you take the real test you'll already be familiar with the timing, scoring, and the type of questions to expect.
  • It really does not matter and here is why. my son studied and read every "how to" book printed. he had study groups with his friends. my son thought he was thoroughly prepared. Back when my son was 8 years old, i worked at a department store, that went out of business. every item was 80% off. i bought a Mr. Wizard weather station and gave it to my son. for five years, Mr. Wizard, held his attention. The big day came for his SAT exam. we waited and waited for the test to end. my son came out of the exam room with a smile from ear to ear. "dad", he said, "you will not believe what SAT test subject, i was given to complete. it was,,,,,,,,,the weather"!! my son ace'd the SAT exam. Point being, study all the help guides and try to know a little something about everything. maybe, you'll get lucky and ace the test, too..
  • There is no set method on how to improve your score significantly for the SAT's. Your high school will not force you to take the SAT's. The SAT's are not mandatory for high school, but most universities request students to take the SAT or the ACT. When I first took my SAT's, i got a 1700. I figured I needed help for the exam. Therefore, I enrolled in one of Kaplan's courses for $899. Their course was absolute garbage. Don't waste your money on theses type of classes. I opted to buy several review books and study on my own. I purchased tutorfox.com's sat guide and the princeton review's sat guide. Both books had a few flaws, but were very good overall. I did tons of practice from both books, and I was able to improve my score to a 2250. The main thing you need to know for the SAT is that you need to practice until you're sick of practicing. With enough practice, you will master all the types of questions covered on the test. Let me know if you need any more help and/or info. Good Luck.
  • There is no set method on how to improve your score significantly for the SAT's. Your high school will not force you to take the SAT's. The SAT's are not mandatory for high school, but most universities request students to take the SAT or the ACT. When I first took my SAT's, i got a 1700. I figured I needed help for the exam. Therefore, I enrolled in one of Kaplan's courses for $899. Their course was absolute garbage. Don't waste your money on theses type of classes. I opted to buy several review books and study on my own. I purchased tutorfox.com's sat guide and the princeton review's sat guide. Both books had a few flaws, but were very good overall. I did tons of practice from both books, and I was able to improve my score to a 2250. The main thing you need to know for the SAT is that you need to practice until you're sick of practicing. With enough practice, you will master all the types of questions covered on the test. Let me know if you need any more help and/or info. Good Luck.
  • Dude, I take FREE SAT practice tests using www.examville.com. The tests are timed and I can start and stop whenever. My parents paid for live review classes… didn’t have to go anywhere… joined a class from my computer. Really cool!
  • Dude, I take FREE SAT practice tests using www.examville.com. The tests are timed and I can start and stop whenever. My parents paid for live review classes… didn’t have to go anywhere… joined a class from my computer. Really cool!
  • Practice and more practice, is the keyword. You should also take the SAT practice papers available easily online.Some of the sites are www.testprepreview.com/sat_practice.htm www.princetonreview.com/ www.examville.com www.studyhall.com These are some of the best sites that I found when I was preparing for the SAT. Hope this helps.
  • I would say online studying sounds good and very convenient to me.Review classes are so expensive these days. I tried a site called www.examville.com for live online GMAT courses … really cool and cheap! Examville has lots of on-line practice tests too. Good Luck

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