SAT Preparation Tip: How To Create An Effective Study Plan

SAT test prep expert Shaan Patel of Veritas Prep explains how to best approach the often overwhelming process of putting together an effective plan for preparing for the SAT.

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SAT Preparation Tip: How To Create An Effective Study Plan

15 Replies to “SAT Preparation Tip: How To Create An Effective Study Plan”

  1. Now the question is how to prepare for the SAT alongside A levels which also affect university and also the Oxford MAT….

  2.  what about different nationalities i really want to graduate from MIT so what will i have to do im going to 11th a i mean high school , so is there any extra requirement for that , my nationality is Indian . That would be great sir if u help me out .

  3. I am going to give SAT in 2019 and 20 and there will be a lot of new changes so what will you recommend me to do?

  4. I feel like the advice “don’t try to prep when you ‘feel like it’ because you never will” is not a particularly good one. Of course there are times when you just have to do something even though you don’t want to, but for me it’s more like, when I get close to an exam I actually want to because I want to pass.
    And when I try to do something even though I really don’t want to, I cannot concentrate on it and I cannot remember anything.
    So in my opinion you really do have to “feel like it” in order to be able to do it porperly. But that’s just me.

  5. Hi Everyone… I used this new app called “Testable.” A few young guys from NJ created it. The interface is clean and easy to use. I found the questions/explanations to be VERY helpful. It’s on the app store and it’s for free! Anyone who needs extra help should check it out!

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