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Ten Tips for Taking the SAT

Work on easy questions first.

Sometimes you can just read a question and know the correct answer immediately. Those short, easy questions are the ones you want to complete first. Fortunately, the SAT questions move from easy to harder in every subsection except critical reading. Knock out as many easy questions as you can before spending time on the harder ones.

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