Chances are, if you’ve clicked on this post, you want to increase your SAT® score. Look no further– in this video and article, I reveal the exact same process I utilize with students as a perfect scoring test prep expert.
Here are the four basic steps:
Take a practice test
Go and take a practice test. Make sure to time yourself! You can click here for links to practice tests, as well as other valuable resources.
Analyze your results
After taking the practice test, check your answers and go over each question you got wrong. As you peruse the questions, ask yourself, “Why did I get this wrong? What can I do next time to get it right?”
Target your weaknesses
Now it’s time to pinpoint your shortcomings to avoid making similar mistakes in the future. Ask yourself, “What is the fundamental problem I’m having that is causing me to get this type of question wrong? And how can I fix this problem?”
Repeat these steps over and over again in order to ensure your progress. Practice makes perfect!
Now that I’ve listed the simple yet effective SAT® self-study process, I’ll address the four different types of weaknesses I commonly see my students fall into, as well as how I address those weaknesses.
The Four Types of Weakness: