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Ep. 80 | SAT: Plan-of-attack For Sophomores This Summer

The summer after sophomore year is the time to study for the SAT. Learn why.

Show Notes:

In this episode, I make the strong case that every sophomore should dedicate 4-6 weeks this summer studying for the SAT or ACT. Learn the reasons why and how to map out a plan of attack. 

0:02:40 Why study for SAT this summer 
0:05:44 Why it may not make sense 
0:06:55 Will you be smarter in the Spring? 
0:07:40 Plenty of time to recover 
0:08:22 Early SAT score to coaches 
0:08:55 Early is always better than late 
0:09:28 You get an early signal 
0:10:22 Get bulk of studying done 
0:10:49 Superscoring 
0:12:00 Step 1: Take practice SAT and ACT 
0:13:20 Step 2: Do you want to invest? 
0:13:45 Step 3: Map out a plan 
0:14:15 Step 4: Register for exams  
0:14:30 Step 5: De-conflict Follow us:

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