Infographic: SAT Lifehacks

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You can’t avoid it. Every SAT prep checklist has it, and every SAT prep tutor will tell you to do it: STUDY! Yes, we all hate to have to do it, but it really is the key to your success on this (and every) standardized test.

The fact is, though, even after you’ve studied all you can for the SAT, you’re not guaranteed success. You might have heard stories of a classmate who crumbled under the pressure of studying for the test, or who slept right through his alarm on the morning of the test, or who ran out of energy and collapsed right on top of her desk during the test. It really could happen to anyone!

Before you panic about the chances of this happening to you, we’ve got good news! Our friends at Magoosh SAT put together an SAT lifehack infographic to make sure you safely avoid any test-day nightmares. The infographic includes study tools and tips you probably didn’t consider before but that are crucial to keeping you sane all the way up to your test date. So take some time to browse this list of SAT prep lifehacks and master these 18 unexpected tips you’ll need for a higher SAT score!

SAT Lifehacks: 18 Unexpected Tips for a Higher SAT Score

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