Are you looking for a way to quickly prepare for the SAT? With only 10 days to go before the exam, it can be daunting to think about cramming for the test. But don't worry, with the right plan and dedication, you can be ready to ace the SAT in no time. The first step is to create a plan. Below, I've created a sample program that includes 55 hours of preparation for the 10 days leading up to the exam.
With all that said, if you decide to follow this plan, here are two preliminary steps, followed by the SAT rapid preparation plan itself. The initial move is to become familiar with the structure of the SAT. You can do this by reading through the College Board's official guide to the SAT. This guide will provide you with an overview of the test and its sections, as well as tips on how to approach each section. The second step is to take advantage of free resources available online. Khan Academy has partnered with The College Board, the creators of the SAT exam, to offer students free practice tests to help them prepare for the test.
Download real practice questions from the SAT, both for sections of the test (reading and writing tests plus math) and for a complete SAT practice test. Now that you have a better understanding of what's on the test and have access to practice questions, it's time to create your SAT rapid preparation plan. Here's an example of what your plan could look like:
- Monday: Complete a writing and language practice section.
- Tuesday: Take a full-length practice test.
- Wednesday: Review your answers from Tuesday's practice test.
- Thursday: Complete a math practice section.
- Friday: Take another full-length practice test.
- Saturday: Review your answers from Friday's practice test.
- Sunday: Take a break and relax!