PSAT Tips

Aniqa Ali

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PSAT Tips

 

 

The PSAT covers two major academics, English and Mathematics.The PSAT is a test and it is taken by sophomores and juniors in high school. This test determines eligibility and qualification for the National Merit Scholarship Program. To help you with the PSAT next year I am going to give you monthly tips from now through next October. The higher your score is, the higher your scholarship amount will be.The advantages are you that can go to the best colleges you’ve dreamed of.

 

November:

  • “ Do practice problems and test taking strategies, says Ms. Falzarano”

December:

  • “ Do practice problems and test taking strategies, says Ms. Falzarano”

January:

  • “ Still do practice problems and take the SAT courses. Do not get discouraged, says Ms. Falzarano”

February:

  • “ Still do practice problems and take the SAT courses. Do not get discouraged,, says Ms. Falzarano”

March:

  • “ Still do practice problems and take the SAT courses. Do not get discouraged, says Ms. Falzarano”

April:

  • “ Still do practice problems and take the SAT courses. Do not get discouraged, says Ms. Falzarano”

May:

  • “ Still do practice problems and take the SAT courses. Do not get discouraged, says Ms. Falzarano”

June:

  • “ Understand the questions and read the direction once. Don’t read them again, says Ms. Falzarano”

July:

  • “Time yourself. Do practice test, says Ms. Falzarano”

August:

  • “Time yourself. Do practice test, says Ms. Falzarano”

September:

  • “Review any concept you are confused on, says Ms. Falzarano”

 

To conclude, I hope these tips help you in your upcoming PSAT.

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