Teen Time: SAT Prep

During Teen Time this week, we have invited special speaker, Jessica Rollins, to join us from Sylvan Learning Center to talk about SAT Prep. Jessica will be discussing tips and strategies for getting the most out of your SAT experience, as well as discussing how the SAT scores factor into college admissions. It’s never too soon to start thinking about this important aspect of high school.  Everyone can benefit from hearing information about how to understand this standardized test, as well as get you thinking about life after high school.  While you are here, check out some of these excellent resources from the library!

Reading and Writing Workout for the SAT by The Princeton Review– The Princeton Review is THE college admission and test prep company. This 2nd edition is a fantastic resource that will give you all the information you need to know about how to prepare for the SAT. They include questions, answers, and explanations as well as a providing variety of topics and writing drills that will help you do better on the writing section.

The Perfect Score Project: Uncovering the Secrets of the SAT by Debbie Stier- Here’s a book that your parents or guardians can read with you! Debbie Stier, a mother who wants to help her teenage son prepare and take the SAT, strives to better understand the test, how to prepare for it, and deciphering the results.  She takes the test seven times (!), prepares with one of the greatest test prep companies available, and works with coaches. The result is in her book, helping you to better understand what methods work and what doesn’t and what it means to take this important test.

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Posted on January 10, 2018, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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