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What can I do to prepare the night before the SAT?
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Laura Rheinauer: Hi I’m Laura Rheinauer and I’m the Associate Director of Educational Connections. Today we are getting to know the SAT but right now we’re going to talk about the night before and the day of the test.
Host: What can I do to prepare the night before the SAT?
Laura Rheinauer: The night before the test it’s really easy to think, “I’m going to look over these vocabulary words and do some extra practice problems” but really just put aside. Have confidence that you’ve worked hard enough those weeks leading up the test and months leading up to the test that you don’t get all the panic strict and do more prep problems tonight before. Instead I just encourage you to have a nice leisurely dinner with your family or maybe some friends. Don’t go out, that’s a big no-no.
Get a good night sleep, be well rested that night. Practice some good visualization, being calm, cool and collected and ready to ease the test. Another great tip, the night before the test, get all your materials out so that way you are not scrambling the day of the test “Where’s my calculator, where’s my pencils”. Put it all out on the kitchen table or right at the door. You might even want to do a dry run of getting two of your essay test center especially if it’s place that you’re not too familiar with, why don’t you drive ahead a time so the morning of you are not wasting your hour with map quest trying to figure out “where do I even go”.