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Ten Tips for Taking the SAT

Take advantage of information that's provided.

When you get to the critical reading subsection, pay attention to the line numbers in the questions. Those same numbers are beside the lines in the passage. The SAT site says to read the passage first, but some do better when they read the question first and then the passage. And don't worry about memorizing formulas for the geometry subsection. They're written on the test booklet.

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