Earlier this month we had the pleasure of introducing our readers to Floor. Floor is one of the early adopters of our program, and we will be following her journey to her dream SAT score. While Floor’s last video focused on how she was feeling going into her practice SAT test, this week’s video focuses on the results of those tests, how she found it to be a “reality check” and how she plans to use her practice test results along with her customized study plan as she works towards the May 4th test.
Within the SAT prep realm a lot of time is spent discussing the value of using practice test results to inform your study plan. So instead of telling you what you should do with these results, we bring you our 5 Ways Not to Use Your Practice SAT Test Results:
1. Don’t neglect to review your performance on specific questions
It’s easy to just look at your score, decide that it’s good or bad and move on with your day. Instead look closely at all of the questions, think about which ones took you the most time. Look in detail at the content and question types that you got right and wrong. Understand why you got these questions wrong, this will help inform your study plan. (Click here to read more)