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I'm a current sophomore and I just recently realized that this would be the right time for me to get serious about college and standardized tests. I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice on creating a study plan for the Sat/Act. I go to a magnet high school where the academics are really tough, but I'm willing to dedicate at least an hour a day on weekdays and definitely more on weekends. I'm a pretty good writer and test taker and my grades are high B's to mid A's. Some research led me to the xiggi method, and I was wondering if it's a good plan to follow, along with what else I can do along with it to increase my score. Also, apart from the blue book, what other study material do you recommend? Finally, when do you think I should take the tests?