Studying for the ACT and SAT 2016

  • Before you start studying, take some practice tests.
  • Practice tests are from previous versions of the tests, so you'll know what to expect on the real thing.
  • Easily access and find the free sample questions for both the ACT as well as SAT on the websites that administer the tests.
  • Brief idea of what you could expect to score if you took the test next time as compared to your scores at the schools you're applying to:
  • Concentrate on the weak areas
  • If you feel you are weak in particular sections and are strong in others-put emphasize on your studying on those weak areas, meanwhile not completely ignoring the other.
  • Try to find out why a particular area is difficult for you. If you are weak in vocabulary, then consult your English teacher for advice.
  • Time is the most crucial factor in ACT.
  • Practice is the ultimate key of success.
  • Through Regular studying, practicing mock tests on daily basis, record your marks to analyze whether you're improving and or not.
  • If there is no sustainable improvement in any particular area, you must become alert and modify your study techniques or find a good tutor for the doubts.