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One feeling that students must be comfortable with when taking the SAT is the feeling of confusion. Most students (hopefully!) walk into tests in high school with a reasonable idea of what they are going to face. It’s not too often that students open a test and think “Huh?”. But that will happen on the SAT with some consistency, so the trick is to expect that initial bewilderment and to not freak out about it. Students need to work through it, read the question systematically, write things down, figure it out. Much like an archaeologist speaking of which, this is pretty cool. Wow, were the Irish weird!

The wooden figure is on a tarp. (Archaeological Management Solutions )

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