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      SAT – Strategies and Tips

      SAT Test tips

      SAT is a standard test for college applicants, initiated by colleges based in the US to know the intellectual ability of a college applicant. It is required to be taken by students seeking admission in undergraduate schools.


      SAT exam has been developed to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates. If the student is looking to get admission to a particular course, she/he can take the SAT subject tests to show his knowledge and understanding of that particular subject. Subject tests are offered in areas like Literature, History, Mathematics, Sciences and Foreign Languages.


      And if you are also preparing for the SAT, then we have some of the best SAT tips for you to conquer it:


      SAT Strategies and Tips


      1. The strategy of eliminating the wrong answers first


      There are times when we do not know the right answers but are sure of the wrong ones – It happens. But did you know, that by knowing the wrong ones, you will significantly improve the chances of getting the question right. Since you aren’t penalized for wrong answers on the SAT, you should always guess, even if this means choosing an answer at random.


      Here’s how it works:

      Each question has 4 possible answer choices. Eliminate one possibility, and you have a 1:3 chance of guessing correctly. If you guessed it correctly then chances are, you will score good – It all lies in the probability factor.


      1. Know your personal order of difficulty.


      Generally, SAT is not arranged in the order of difficulty. Remember, you’re not scored on how many questions you do. Practically, you scored on how many questions you answer correctly. So, slow down on the questions you personally find easy or medium difficulty so you can pick up the most points. Just make sure you guess on the rest!


      1. Double Check Your Answers


      While it’s tempting to take rest if you have extra time at the end of an SAT section but this is when you have high chance of scoring well by double checking your answers. So, when you initially make your way through each section, circle questions that you’re unsure about so you can double check strategically.


      If you have lots of extra time, you might even go through and check every single one of your answers. This way you’ll pick up on any careless mistakes you might have made if you were rushing or missed a key word in a question.


      Scoring well in SATs is not easy, but what you need to understand with some generic tips – you can score well too. So, use these tips and we are sure that they will come in handy for you in taking up the SATs. Also, if you are looking for personalized career guidance or want to know how to nail your SAT or ACT, then get in touch with us.


      Author: Rohit Kapur


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