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Ten Tips for Taking the SAT

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Always check your answers and the answer sheet.

Make sure that you're matching the numbers of the questions in the test booklet with the numbers on the answer sheet, especially when you skip a question. Filling in a bubble on the wrong row is easy to do; straightening out an error near the end of a subsection is not so easy. Check frequently.

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