Monday, August 15, 2011
Can you improve SAT scores?
It is absolutely possible. The best way to improve your score is to take other practice SAT tests. The question format is possibly the most difficult part to get accustomed to. There are several websites online that post practice questions you can use for free. Most bookstores sell SAT prep books that also contain practice questions and study guides. These books also have a list of topics and suggested study materials. It is a lot of work, but it sounds like you have a good study ethic, represented by your 3.6 GPA. Nice job on that btw. It will take some dedication and a lot of repetition, but it is possible to raise your average score by up to 800 points in six months. I have listed a few good sites below to help prep for the SAT.
Posted by Kimi Siew at 10:33 AM