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What is the misconception sited?
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General College SAT Strategies
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You want to tackle the questions on the SAT in the order that the questions are given. But, you want to keep in mind that on most sections of the SAT, the questions are arranged from easy to hard. So you may be skipping some of the more difficult questions toward the end of every section. You certainly want to spend most of your effort trying to get as many easy and medium questions right as possible.
Not necessarily. You want to aggresively try to get rid of bad or incorrect answer choices. I think if you can get rid of one or two, it's definitely to your advantage to take a guess and move on. However, if you don't understand the question and don't even understand what the answer choices are saying, it's a good idea to skip the question and move on to the next one, leaving the current one blank.
A strategy not to employ is one of the apocryphal stories of the SAT that says that, foro example, answer choice "C" comes up the most and you should always guess "C". Well, that's a misconception. The answer choices are completely randomized so that one answer choice is not correct any more than any other answer choice. Don't make this misconception.
One common mistake that many students make while taking the SAT is that they mis-bubble the answer sheet. In other words, they make the common mistake of putting the answer for question number 5 into the oval for question number 4, and then the rest of their test is then off by one question which can be quite a disaster. You want to put your answers to each question in your test booklet as well as transferring it to your answer sheet. Another common mistake that students make while taking the SAT is that they're not familiar with the directions and the format of the test, so when the actual test begins, they spend a lot of time reading the directions and trying to figure out what they're supposed to do. So you want to at least prepare for the directions and the format. In addition, I would say students have trouble with the timing. They get stuck on one or two questions which use up a lot of time. It's really important to move at a nice, steady pace so that you at least get to look at every question on the test even if not necessarily answer every question. Also, what happens is that some students just panic if they hit a question or two that seem particularly difficult. I would say just relax. One third of the questions have to be easy. Another one third are going to be of midrange difficulty. Only one third of the questions are what the test makers consider to be very difficult. If you hit a patch of hard questions, relax, skip to a section that might be easier, and then take it from there.
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