Preparing for the SAT can be a daunting task. Students should give themselves an ample amount of time to study for each section of the SAT and take SAT practice tests regularly. The SAT is a test that can determine how the next five years of a student’s life will be. Scoring in the 90th percentile or above can land students important scholarships to help pay for their education as well as help students qualify for the school of their dreams! In addition to a student’s high school resume and college application, SAT scores are weighted heavily in proving to a college or university the student’s intellectual capability. What will your SAT say about you or your soon to be college student?
At SAT Preparation Group, we want all students to be as prepared for the SAT. After so many long nights of studying, the number one thing that students tend to forget is what they should take with them to the SAT. If a student shows up unprepared, test anxiety ensues. There is no greater enemy than test anxiety when it comes to scoring your best on the SAT.
Now that you are well versed on what to bring to the SAT, consider what it is you should NOT bring with you to the test.
Now that you are ready to take your SAT we wish you the best of luck! Let us know if you have any SAT or SAT study related questions in the comments below and check out our FREE SAT eBook HOW TO CRUSH THE SAT IN 3 EASY STEPS.
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