Can you guess which of those options I recommend?
(hint, hint… I’m including the links to the official SAT and ACT study guides on Amazon and the unlisted page on my website where you can find the PDFs of official tests from The College Board and ACT)
REMEMBER: Taking the tests for the first time should be a no-pressure situation. Treat it simply as an opportunity to gather information.
The goal of taking the tests before you begin prepping is to give you the opportunity to experience both tests and to provide you with baseline scores for each test. Then, you can compare your experiences and your scores to determine the test with which you will move forward.
This video is a little longer than the videos that I’ve posted so far, but it’s also the first one to deal with a practical test prep topic! Let me know what you think in the comments!
If you like the video, please consider clicking over to YouTube where you can “like” it and subscribe, and be sure to share it with friends!
Eager for even more guidance? Here are a few resources you might consider:
— The 4 questions to ask yourself after taking BOTH tests
— What to do with your diagnostic once you’ve chosen a test
** LINKS REFERENCED IN THE VIDEO**
The page on my website with both test PDFs and tips on taking a test at home.
The Official SAT Study Guide on Amazon.
The Official ACT Prep Guide on Amazon.
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