You should order the SAT Question and Answer Service for the SAT – it’s available for the May, October, and January tests. It provides you with the test questions, your answers, and scoring instructions. The other dates have the Student Answer Service, which just tells you the general difficulty level and type of question, your answers, but does not provide you the actual questions. You can order the services up to 5 months after the test date, but there’s no guarantee you’ll get the materials before the next text date.
The College Board (SAT) people warn “The student answer verification services are not test prep or practice tools,” but the Question and Answer service can’t hurt. I know I can’t help anyone pinpoint his or her weaknesses after a disappointing SAT performance without knowing what he or she got wrong, so despite the warning, it would be a useful prep tool. For more information, see https://sat.collegeboard.org/scores/verify-sat-scores
Other than that, it’s important to keep working on problems from SAT prep books or online, and to take some tests under actual SAT time constraints. This is also vitally important for the ACT, since the ACT’s problems are generally easier, but you have to do more in the time given. And PLEASE do not skip the essay portion, figuring that you already know how to write an essay – it’s different when you have to do that and THEN take 3 ½ hours of multiple choice math and English problems. You need to get your endurance up for the test, or you won’t do your best when it counts.
Author: John Linneball Who did you think? ;-)
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