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Nitty-gritty you must know to score well on the SAT

Planning to take the SAT? The word S-A-T often creates anxiety in the minds of students due to its unpredictability. If you have a dream to study in one of the best-in-class universities/colleges across the globe then you must take the SAT exam. India’s leading colleges are now accepting SAT scores.

The SAT gives you a chance to guess on the questions asked. You lose nothing by guessing when you do not know how to answer a question, as there is no deduction of marks if your guess is wrong.

 

 

 

 

 

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You don’t need to memorize obscure words, as there are no sentence completion questions anymore. Further, the Essay is optional. If you are good at Math, then you surely have an advantage, but if Math is not your zone of comfort, the SAT may appear harder. On the other hand, if your reading skills are great, the Evidence Based-Reading and Writing Section may not be as challenging to you as to someone uninitiated into reading a dense text.

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Quick tips to crack the SAT

  • Answer every question on the SAT. There’s no negative marking; take advantage of it.
  • Develop reading skills for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and also for Math
    • Although there will be less emphasis on SAT vocabulary, continue learning new words.
    • Use the Process of Elimination to get closer to the right answer.
    • Don’t spend too much time on killer questions. Eliminate options that are clearly wrong, and guess among what remains. Come back to the questions if you have time.
    • Focus more on mathematical concepts rather than on solving problems mechanically.
    • Take the SAT with the Essay: you are not allowed to take the Essay alone if you need the Essay scores at a later date.
    • Enroll now for SAT preparation program to assure your higher score

     

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