SAT: A Guide to the Exam
February 20, 2020
If you are thinking of becoming college bound after high school, SAT’s are the key in helping you get there. During your sophomore or junior year of high school, you will most likely take the college entrance exam.
There are so many ways to prepare for the test. One of which is the PSAT. In this practice test, test takers are exposed to questions like ones on the SAT. It will also help test takers become familiar with how the SAT works.
Another way to study is to get study books such as the Official SAT Study Guide. This book is very beneficial and will help improve your score.
Finally, PGHS is hosting SAT bootcamp for anyone interested in improving or creating skills recommended for the test. It will be held in the library on Monday, February 24th, and Wednesday, February 26th, from 6-9pm. The course is taught by professor and teacher Heather Goodman with over a decade of experience. The course will include test strategies, timing tips, tricks of the test, and methods to outsmart it, and content targeted to help you succeed. Content practice includes punctuation, grammar, algebra, and geometry. Sign up by February 5th in the Counselor’s office.