Whats the best way to study for the SSAT exams?
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Study every single day for two whole weeks (or longer but not less), but the night before the exam, do not study. I have been told this a lot of times. It works pretty good actually. But it's the way I study. I make sure to memorize things by giving them a special meaning to me. Not with family and friends but what connect to me. I remember my family and friends stuff but when it comes to studying I forget about everything else and try to focus on what I need to study and about myself. So memorizing things and connecting them to myself works pretty great for me. Also studying for two weeks (or longer not less) and relax the night before, works amazingly well. Good luck!
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1) This is the official way to practice for the SAT:https://www.khanacademy.org/sat
2) Take official SAT practice tests at home while timing yourself (you can get official tests from here: http://blog.prepscholar.com/complete-official-sat-practice-tests-free-links)
3) Use this app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/official-sat-question-day/id361264754?mt=8
In your prep, focus in on the topics that were hardest for you, but don't forget to dust the ones you've mastered off pretty routinely, too.
For the quantitative section, pay close attention in your math class; especially review/practice the topics that are slated to come up on the test, according to the Official Guide.
For the verbal section, make a game of playing with synonyms and analogies in everyday life. Get your friends and family in on it, too, if you can!
For the reading section, the best thing you can do is actively engage with reading on a daily basis. Draw from multiple genres, and force yourself to answer questions (your own or someone else's) about the text you've read.