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Attn new HS Juniors.  It’s that time of year… Test Prep Season.

Good news …  there is help 🙂

A Free Practice SAT (by the College Board) is available on the College Board site. mAke the grAde recommends that all students planning to take an upcoming SAT should take advantage of this ‘offer’.

PRACTICE COLLEGE BOARD SAT EXAM

There are a number of ways to prep for the SAT (and ACT) exams.  One is to simply practice that test as much as possible.  Practice makes perfect.

Practice also helps to demonstrate both areas of need (which you may choose to ameliorate with a tutor) and areas of strength (which is may be just fine with).  Areas of need may include specifics in the 3 main sections of the SAT: Reading, Math and Writing, but may also expose needs in your timing and pacing for the questions and for the sections (remember the SAT (and ACT) is a timed exam!)

To access this practice SAT click this link:

PRACTICE COLLEGE BOARD SAT EXAM

The SAT is administrated 8 times during the academic year: October, November, December, January, March, May and June.  This year is a watershed year however as the “old” SAT will be administered up to and including January 2016 and then a “new” SAT will be administered starting in March 2016.  mAke the grAde recommends taking the “old” SAT while is is still in play since it is a known commodity and there are still several unknowns concerning the ‘new’ SAT.

What do you think? What is your test calendar plan?

Questions?  contact make the grade at EMAIL MAKETHEGRADE

PS – the deadline to register for the October 3 SAT exam is September 3.

PRACTICE COLLEGE BOARD SAT EXAM

It’s late April and this is the busiest time of the year for students.  It’s a confluence of everything at once.

SAT/ACT is you are taking the college admissions tests…

AP exams in May

and the 4th quarter has started and of course… finals are not that far off.

So how do you manage?

The key is a combination of planning, time management, foresight and consistency.

I recently completed writing and putting the finishing touches on Maximum Education: The Ultimate Guide to Optimal Academics.  This is a workbook and guide to, as the title so boldly state, maximizing your education and your academics.

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Without giving away every secret here, here is a basic guideline of what you’ll learn in the book:

Time Management
Homework Tracking
Prioritizing Techniques
Note taking
Outlining
Test Preparation Tips
Organizing and Writing Term Papers
Standard Test Prep
College Admissions Test Prep (ACT/SAT)
and…
as the cliche says…
so much more…

It’s late April and this is the busiest time of the year for students.  It’s a confluence of everything at once.
SAT/ACT is you are taking the college admissions tests…
AP exams in May
and the 4th quarter has started and of course… finals are not that far off.
So how do you manage?
The key is a combination of planning, time management, foresight and consistency.
I recently completed writing and putting the finishing touches on Maximum Education: The Ultimate Guide to Optimal Academics.  This is a workbook and guide to, as the title so boldly state, maximizing your education and your academics.
BLUE with TEXTGREEN with text
Without giving away every secret here, here is a basic guideline of what you’ll learn in the book:
Time Management
Homework Tracking
Prioritizing Techniques
Note taking
Outlining
Test Preparation Tips
Organizing and Writing Term Papers
Standard Test Prep
College Admissions Test Prep (ACT/SAT)
and…
as the cliche says…
so much more…

Need a boost prepping for the PSAT/SAT/ACT exams?

Join Dr Steven Greene for a weekly online Q/A.  This session is free and open to all. Space is limited.  Email sgreene@makethegrade.net for details.

Sessions meet Wednesday evenings 9-10pm Eastern time.