Make A PlanWith about 10 weeks in summer, there’s a lot you can get done if you make a plan and stick to it. Think about your studying goals and how you want to achieve it. Do you want to study every weekday for a short period of time, or perhaps 2 days of the week for 2 hours each? A good idea to maximize your studying efforts is to focus on your weaknesses. If you know you struggle with the SAT/ACT math section, but excel in English, it would be best to focus more on math prep rather than English.
Study in Your Free TimeStudying doesn’t have to be done by sitting down for long chunks of time with a standardized test prep book. You can study almost anywhere: on vacation, waiting at a restaurant, in the car, etc. Download vocabulary apps, SAT/ACT prep apps, math apps, etc., to practice with whenever you have a few extra minutes. It may not seem like much at the time, but those few minutes over the whole summer will really add up!
Read!Reading just about anything can really improve your comprehension skills, thus helping you on the Reading portions of the SAT/ACT. Bring a book with you to the beach or read news articles before you go to sleep. This may seem really simple, but it will definitely go a long ways to furthering your reading skills! In addition to the traditional method of studying for a few hours with a test prep book, try some of the above tips to really maximize your study time and ace the SAT/ACT!
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