Sometimes, the morning of a final exam can feel like a relief. For many students, the work has already been done, and now comes the time to simply show off what you’ve learned. For others, the actual taking of a test can present a great source of anxiety. No matter which category you fall into, having a solid routine on the morning of your final exam can be very helpful.
As you begin to think about preparing for the SAT, you may feel overwhelmed. There are so many study plans and ways to begin — not to mention the act of familiarizing yourself with the format, scoring, and various other details. Luckily, SAT prep doesn’t have to be too complicated.
As a new college student, it is easy to feel outside of your element. You’re adjusting to a new schedule, new friends, even new ways of eating your meals. Not to mention academically, classes and exams that vary greatly from your high school experience. While things are different and perhaps even difficult, they aren’t impossible — especially if you keep in mind these five things about college-level exams.
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