In this lesson, our professor Vincent Selhorst-Jones gives an introduction on what to do the day before the test. He reminds you of strategies for the test and things to bring. He then explains what to do the night before.
This lesson is intended to be watched the day (or night) before you take the SAT.
If you aren't about to take the test, shoo! This lesson will still be around for you to watch just before your test.
Don't worry, there's nothing new in this lesson: no special tricks I've been hiding for the end. Instead, this lesson is part gentle reminder, part pep talk.
Good luck on test day! You're gonna do great! :-)
Watch the Day Before the Test
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Educator.com recommends The Official SAT Study Guide published by The College Board, the administrators of the actual SAT test. In it, you will find additional practice questions and a review of all subjects, along with 10 official SAT practice tests. Our instructors work through several of the practice tests in real time, going through their thought processes and test-taking tips.
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