STUDY SATs, PREPARE ON MY OWN.
(HOW HARD CAN IT BE?)
WHERE DO I START?
font=red/font> Study SATs: Read this page, and see our Study Guide for doing it on your own.
Check the College Board Web site for policy on sending scores, cancellation, changing test dates, how scores are sent, how scores are managed.
Even if taking an SAT Class, you should still familiarize yourself
with all the information about the exam, and the COLLEGE BOARD: SATs, SAT IIs, all AP Classes.
Study SATs. Bet you can't wait.
You begin your preparation for the SATs by planning, and buying a couple of books, OR: you can sign up for some very expensive classes to do what you can do by yourself, with a little will power.
The exam material can be managed by anyone with a few study guides, and some regular time spent in studying. The place you might need extra help is in writing/evaluating your practice essays.
You could also try to make a deal with your parents that if you get a 1600 on the SAT I Exam, studying by yourself, they could give you the money classes would cost, for a car...
First, you take the
in October of either your sophomore or junior year (or both) of high school.The test counts for National Merit awards only in the junior year.
- For students in the junior year of high school, high enough scores qualify you for Nation Merit Scholarships or National Merit Recognition, a big deal).
- Study results of the PSAT carefully and thoroughly; this will identify your strengths and weaknesses to help you prepare for the regular SAT.
The College Board, Register for the Exam
Free SAT Practice Exams
Princeton Review Practice SATs
The CollegeBoard Practice Tests, with scoring, and anlysis
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Peterson's Free Exams
SEE OUR STUDY GUIDE FOR DOING IT ON YOUR OWN
SAT Questions and Answers
The SAT and the ACT Essays
Exam tips and strategies
SAT and ACT introduction page
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