Trung Ngo from LA TUTORS 123 asked me personally his top 5 questions:
1. All parents want their kids to prosper on the SAT, but few make the time and effort to examine and just take the test with them—much less take the test 7 times. Beyond maintaining your son inspired to succeed on the SAT, what kept you going from one test to the next?
Well, first of all, I would personally say that any parent can do what we did (i.e. motivate a teenager to learn for the SAT), and it generally does not take 7 tests! Any amount of warm engagement from a parent does (even at first if they don’t act like it. Be client. They shall!). What kept me going was that I really just like the SAT (crazy as that sounds). I enjoyed it … like a crossword puzzle.
2. Year the College Board reports that 55% of juniors improved their score when they took the SAT again in their senior. Just What is your advice for students retaking the SAT? How can they get the maximum benefit out of it?
Oh, wow, let me see if I can be brief here: Be methodical with the preparation. The greater amount of vocab, the better. Stay in the front line on test time, if possible. Take the test in a small classroom (not just a cafeteria or gym). Attempt to get a desk that is regulari.e. perhaps not a arm/chair desk tablet).
3. You took the SAT 7 times during the period of 10 months: how did your scores improve from the test that is first the very last?
4. Having tried a