Prepping for the SAT

Dylon Wilhoit, Assistant News Editor

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SATs are coming and those in need of a score for their college applications know it. The regular registration deadline for January SATs was December 21.  If students missed the deadline a late fee can be paid to still make this test date.

After signing up for the SATs students will be frantic with studying and taking practice tests to prepare for the all important SAT. The official SAT practice day is January 7, 2017.

According to Kewton.com, the top ten ways to prepare for the SAT are take a lot of practice tests, know the test structure, read unfamiliar articles, study the vocabulary, write as many practice exams as possible, get used to the calculators they provide, memorize rules and formulas, understand how multiple choice works to your advantage, do not waste time on question you do not know, and do not let stress overwhelm you during the test. Just follow these steps and students will be more than prepared for the SAT.

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Prepping for the SAT