It’s that time of the year to be thankful! Thankful for freedom, thankful for grandmothers, thankful for a four-day weekend, thankful Jennifer Aniston joined Instagram — you know, the usual stuff.
Registering for the SAT test sounds like it should be easy, but it’s actually a bit complicated and takes around 30 minutes to complete. If you make a mistake during the registration process, it could make it more difficult for you to get your chosen testing date. Here’s a closer look at how to register for the SAT properly.
Before they take the SAT or ACT, one thing many students want to know is how it’s going to be scored. How much is each section worth? Is there a curve? What should I do if I don’t know an answer? If you’re planning to take the ACT or SAT, this post will walk you through how points are assigned on both tests and how to tackle difficult questions.
Are you the kind of person who likes challenges? Are you motivated by setting high goals and then working hard to achieve them? If you’re reading this, then maybe you’re the type of student who is aiming for a perfect score of 1600 on the SAT.
Are you worried about getting a low score on the ACT or SAT because you find certain subjects challenging? Or don’t have money to pay for expensive tutoring? The truth is you don’t need piles of cash or a high IQ to earn a good score on either the ACT or the SAT.
It pays to know what types of questions to expect from the ACT and SAT tests if you don’t want unpleasant surprises on test day. Following is a comprehensive overview of the test question types so you know what you’re up against as you prepare to take these tests.
You have worked hard to prepare for the ACT or SAT, and it is finally test day. However, you need to know what to bring to the testing center.