Effective change to meet a future test requires two things. First, the building blocks of a solution must be present. Second, time to assemble those building blocks. When it comes to succeeding on the SAT most of us have those building blocks. The key is to give yourself the time to assemble them. The test is next Saturday. That is time enough, but you need to start now. Look at the reading passages and examine your mistakes. Why did you miss questions? What lessons can you glean to avoid those mistakes? Review your grammar rules for the writing section. Consider the math problems that thwarted you. Was it content that tripped you up or was it approach? You have time to do this now. If you procrastinate (one of my favorite occupations!), that will not be good. Now, here’s a nifty bit of research to inspire you to evolve as a test taker!
Moments of Insight
Moments of insight – those times when you suddenly discover the way to solve a problem or see a pattern or a