Preparing for the SAT Test
Testing, High School Education, Preparing for College
They Might Be Thinking:
Where do I start?
How much time should I set aside to study each day?
When should I start studying?
When should I take the exam?
Will I do well?
Will I get the score I want?
Will I feel more organized if I create a study schedule?
Are there any local test preparation courses?
How much will the test preparation course cost?
Are there any financial aid options available?
How much will the actual exam cost?
Will my classmates be interested in creating a study group?
Will I be happy with my first score?
Will I have to retake the exam?
Words That Might Be Encouraging:
Put your best foot forward, and you will see promising results.
Strive for success.
Maintain momentum through test day with some healthy snacks.
Practice makes perfect.
You will make it through test-day nerves.
You can take a 10-minute break in between test subjects.
I believe you will do great.
Do the best that you can.
If you need a study partner, feel free to let me know.
I understand how you feel right now.
Words That Might Be Discouraging:
Just wing it. That's what everyone else is doing. Nobody studies for this.
Taking tests makes me nervous.
Why don't youu skip studying today? You've done enough studying.
Just wait until the last minute to take your exam.
Don't worry about it.
Why are you wasting your time?
You could be doing something more fun.
You're always studying!
Do you ever take a break?
You never have time to hang out with us.
You're a lost cause.
Leave the studying for later; let's just have fun now.
Why do you even care about that stuff?
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