There are many parts of a successful college application, the most important of which is high school grades. The second most important part is the SAT score. The SAT is typically taken in junior and senior years (it is typically taken twice). The key to getting a higher SAT score is working early, slowly, and consistently.No student should have to cram for the SAT in the few months before the test; cramming isn't effective educationally and makes the entire process more stressful than it needs to be. Here are ten everyday things you can do to work toward a better SAT score. None of the steps will take more than an hour, and all the steps together won't take more time than watching two or three weekly television shows. And each step will help raise your score, even if you do only one.
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