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Originally known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, SAT is now formally called the SAT Reasoning Test. It is a standard examination for college admissions in the United States. Although this test was not originally designed for measuring a students academic achievement, it has now become the main gateway for admissions in most major colleges and universities across the country. Here are some tips for preparing SAT.

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When you consider the intense competition, it is vitally important for the student to prepare and study hard for the Reasoning Test in advance. In more recent times new sections have been added which include one for writing. Therefore, students must really be consistently good in vocabulary, math, grammar and have good writing skills.
The applicant will be tested on all sections which is why it is vitally important to study and prepare well for all of them, because generally speaking you cannot excel in one and do poorly in another and expect to pass. The test will measure your performance over all three sections. There are institutions that can offer SAT coaching classes which could really be helpful to ensure that you are ready and you will know what to expect.
The subject matter is pretty straightforward for most people coming out of high school. For example the mathematics test will cover geometry and algebra, but does not cover trigonometry or calculus or other more advanced mathematical subjects. So if you are proficient in these areas then you should do well with the mathematics part of the testing.
The reading test is quite important and the passages will be at a standard high school reading level. Another section is the writing test which will include a timed essay and will focus on some common grammatical errors and will not go much into punctuation or conventional expressions. In other words most high school seniors will be pretty well prepared for the SAT as far as the subject matter, as they have studied these extensively already in school.
The SAT is a very logical test that is not really as hard as it may seem. It will test the students mind in a number of ways, but with the proper guidance and preparation, along with good study habits the student can get through it without a lot of difficulty. It would be a wise decision to start studying and preparing about a year before the actual test is taken.
There are many different sources for information on how to study and pass the SAT, and lot of people go online for more resources and to find different study guides and articles which will help them become more prepared. Others may attend classes that are being offered in their community. Whichever method you decide on the key is to start early and work hard.

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wahyu said... @ May 19, 2011 at 10:48 PM

very help me

Anonymous said... @ May 30, 2011 at 3:57 AM

it's not drill of TPA snmptn 2011 package 1. . . .
it's snmptn drill of mathematics packet 1. . . .
please check it. . . .

thanks. . . .

ZIEZIECHANY said... @ January 10, 2012 at 5:24 AM

This isn't about TPA but a SNMPTN Mathematics ...

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