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Preparing For The SAT

My son is a sophomore in high school and will be taking the SAT probably next year.

Go here:


and sign up to get a sample SAT question sent to your child's email address every day (I have the question of the day sent to my email too!) It's FREE too. :)

Studying a little every day for the SAT is much less ominous than cramming last minute and will help reduce anxiety when it's "test time."

By Laura from Long Beach, CA

Editor's Note: Another website that is free and good for studying for the SAT is:

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February 6, 20080 found this helpful

Here is another great test prep review site to help you prepare for all types of tests: http://www.testprepreview.com

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June 26, 20100 found this helpful

Some high schools offer a free SAT prep class. Also, many colleges accept ACT scores as a substitute. My daughter performed best on the ACT so those were the scores she submitted. Just a thought.

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