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5 Tips to Prepare for SAT

Chances are that, at some point in your life, you'll be taking the SAT. If you prepare for it properly, you shouldn't have much trouble doing well on it. Here are five tips that you can use to perform better on it.

First, you need to study for it. That seems like a given, but a lot of people fail to do it, and it leads to their downfall.

Another thing you can do is to read a lot of novels and books. There is a lot of vocabulary on the SAT, and the more words you know the better chance you'll have of scoring highly on that section.

Third, draw a lot. Spatial relationships are important on the test, and drawing helps you understand them better.

Fourth, make friends with Websites like Dictionary.com, because you can learn the meanings of a lot of words much more quickly and look up anything you are uncertain about during your reading.

Fifth and finally, don't panic. The SAT is important, but it's not a life or death matter. The more worried you get about it the more chance you'll have of making mistakes.

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