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The SAT and ACT are fast approaching. You’ve spent weeks—months—studying and preparing for this all-important test. (Or maybe you haven’t, and you’re starting to panic.) You feel like your brain will explode if you try to cram any more information in, but you can’t just sit around and wait for test day to come. Are there any last-minute tips and tricks you can use to make the most of the time ticking away? The answer is YES!
As important as it is to spend the time memorizing math equations and word roots, it’s equally important to make good use of the last days and hours before the test. A mistake that many students make is trying to absorb too much information in a short period of time. Studies have shown that this is not an effective way to study....