3 time-saving ways to study for the SAT
Studying for the SAT can often feel monotonous. Fortunately, we’ve found three ways to supplement your traditional studying to make the work more fun and enriching.
- Listen to a podcast while you exercise. Believe it or not, there are quite a few podcasts that can provide valuable insight into the SAT! Some examples include the SAT Hacks & College Admissions podcast by Millennial Prep and The Prepped and Polished Podcast. Go for a walk and tune in!
- Watch some YouTube videos while you’re on the bus. There are a lot of helpful tips on YouTube if you can filter out the gimmicky videos! Some helpful channels are SupertutorTV and Kaplan SAT & ACT Prep.
- Read on your phone instead of scrolling through social media. A long-term way to get better at the English section is to become a bookworm. Now there are a multitude of apps like Libby and Kindle that allow you to read anytime, for free.
We hope that these ideas break up your studying routine and add value to your test preparation. The more you can incorporate SAT-related activities into your daily schedule, the higher your score will get!