“[Y]ou don’t need to throw all of your money at exhaustive study materials, courses, and tutoring sessions to help you get the score you want on test day. Rather, you just need to know what resources will help you the most and are therefore worth spending your ACT or SAT money on.”
Prepping for the SAT or ACT test can help you get a better score. This matters because colleges look at these scores. They use them when deciding who to accept along with other things like your school transcripts. You can prep by hiring a tutor or by getting books. This gives some advice on how to do it more cheaply. College is already pricy so that’s good. It can take at least some of the burden off.
- While taking college preparatory exams more than once is a good idea, multiple testing can be kept to a minimum by studying thoroughly from the get go.
- As you devise a study plan, it’s important to have a goal score in mind to shoot for.
- When allocating time and money resources, choose to spend the most in areas that are particularly challenging for you.
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