We're in the home stretch for the June 6 SAT and the June 13 ACT. You should be finishing up your preparation by now. Here's something you should do by this coming weekend - take an entire practice SAT or ACT, while adhering to the time limits for each section. You really need to become accustomed to doing the problems under time pressure of the sort you will experience on the actual exam(s).
You want to get an idea of what you can and cannot do in the allotted time, such as how to budget the 25 minutes you have to write an SAT essay, what math questions you can solve in a minute or so, and which ones to skip, even if you CAN do them with unlimited time, and what reading and writing questions you can and cannot finish in the allotted time.
You also need to know what you need to review in the remaining time. You can always learn a few math or grammar facts, or learn a few more standardized test tricks, before the test. Trust me, doing a little thing every night before the test is MUCH more effective than trying to do every little thing THE night before the test. Good luck!
A student of mine recently asked me about when he'd have to ask for extended time on the SAT as an accommodation for his documented learning disability. Some quick smartphone research showed me that he was already past the deadline for requesting accommodations for the June 6, 2015 SAT. I believe the deadline was before I even started working with him. It looks like he'll have to see if the College Board is willing to grant him the accommodation, or if he'll just have to either take the SAT without extra time, or he'll just have to postpone taking the SAT. I don't know what's going to happen, so I decided to help you learn from his mistake.
Here's the link to the official SAT webpage listing what you can and cannot bring.
Note that you can't bring your cell phone, smart phone, or anything that can connect to the Internet, send or receive messages, or play or record video or audio. Also, anything with an alarm is out. You can bring a drink and a little snack (think granola bar or something else that won't make a mess, smell bad, or get ruined if it's stuck in a corner or in your pocket)..
Also, don't forget your extra batteries and a CD player if you're taking a subject test that requires listening!
Author: John Linneball Who did you think? ;-)
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