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Skimming the questions before reading the passage can provide good cues into where you should put your focus. How to Apply It! 1) Start with a quick preview of the questions. Remember your only goal is to answer the questions correctly, not to have a deep r... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Memory Processing Speed
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You will need to use some trial-and-error to figure out if and how you should prioritize the order of the reading passages. Prioritize Passages 1) Have a pre-determined optimal order to read the passages to maximize your efficiency. If you have difficulty ... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed
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Identifying and labeling problems before you attempt to solve them can help you more efficiently choose your answer strategy. How to Apply It! 1) English & Language questions fall into these broad categories: Punctuation, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Strat... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Visual Memory
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Identify and label the problem type on math and science sections before you jump in, to help you choose the best strategy. Identify before Solving 1) The math section assesses a wide range of skills in varied order. It might help you to so first identify t... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking
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Identifying and labeling the problem type can help you adjust your mindset and choose the best answer strategy. How to Apply It! 1) Many students find the Reading section the most challenging because of the time constraints. However, when students remind t... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Verbal Reasoning
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Have a clear plan for writing a straight-forward essay that has an appropriate structure and supporting details. What You Need to Know About the Essay The essay is not a prize for the most clever writing. Test graders are following a very clear rubric. Yo... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning
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Identifying grammar errors on the English (ACT) and Writing & Language (SAT) can be visually exhausting and a burden on working memory, even if you know your grammar rules well. How to Apply It! 1) Quickly read the question. If the grammar mistake is not i... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory Attention Processing Speed
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Try these tricks to help sustain your stamina throughout the full length of each test section. How to Apply It! 1) Choose a seat with few potential distractions if you can. You know best what distracts you but consider if you want to be away from the window?... View More

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Standardized Test Prep Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Working Memory Attention Processing Speed