Amidst all that you're doing before the big day to ensure a top score, don't forget to consider what you can do on your actual test day that will help you succeed.
With less than 24 hours before you walk into the exam center, what should you do?
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Vocabulary is a big part of the SAT. The SAT tests 3 main categories of vocabulary: commonplace words, semi-difficult words, and lastly, difficult and rare words. The new SAT focuses mainly on semi-difficult words, and understanding words in context. What's a great way to learn new vocabulary? Flashcards! Try downloading Chegg Flashcards from the app store to create your own flashcards, or to use flashcards made by other students. Another great way to learn new vocabulary is understanding roots of words. Use both these tips to rock the vocabulary section of the test!
On the ACT English Section, you can expect to see questions about specific sentences from the passage, as well as questions that ask about the passage as a whole. The latter will ask you to evaluate the purpose, find the main idea of the passage, or provide you with a summary and ask you to question its accuracy. Be sure to pay attention to the primary focus of the passage; one method for doing this is to look back at the introduction and conclusion of the passage. Come to your answer by process of elimination in order to determine the best answer for the question.
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