How to improve SAT score?

How to improve SAT score?

ITT – SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is a popular exam to test and find potential students for US enrollment. So how to improve SAT score?

The test is monitored by College Board and consists of 2 main parts: SAT I (SAT Reasoning Test) and SAT II (SAT Subject Test). Most of students will take SAT I because this is the entry requirement for many US universities and colleges. SAT II will be necessary for students who want to apply for scholarships at “top” schools.

About 3 months before the exam takes place, you should give yourself enough knowledge. However, things will be better if you spend more time concentrating on training, this will also be proportional to your getting better score. So how to improve SAT score?

  • Set the target: You should list the schools you want to study, then find the score that the school accepts and compare the results of your latest score.
  • Arrange the schedule: Maybe the current score does not really reflect your ability because the learning schedule is not really correct. Consider the time frame, learning style, curriculum you use and the person who instructs you to find out what is the root cause your current score.
  • Participate in mock exams: When taking a practice test, you can assess whether your level and schedule are reasonable. This is considered the most effective way to have an overview of the review process before you enter the official exam.
  • Relax, relax and relax: It is unreasonable to go to the exam because it is so stressful that you do not perform well and do not achieve the expected results. It is too wasteful for the effort and money you invest in. Do not forget to eat well, relax to be physically and mentally comfortable.

It can be said that it is necessary to know how to improve SAT score and you can conquer the score as you wish.

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