Valuable practice tip for improving score!
Like many of you, I am taking the SAT in a couple of days, and I discovered a very useful practice method that seems to be very effective, for me, at least.
For these last days before the SAT, I am going back through all of the practice tests I have taken, and I am re-doing all of the Hard (Level 5) questions (missed or correct) from each part of every section.
Of course, you should always review missed answers, but that can be time consuming and you may not devote enough time to fully comprehend why you missed an answer.
Hard questions on the SAT appear much less in comparison to easy and medium questions, which gives you less opportunity to become familiar with them. Easy and medium questions become simple because you do so many of them in practice, not only because of their lower difficulty.
In a way, this also decreases the need to go over too many easy and medium questions. For example, it becomes easier to run 5 miles if you run 5 miles each day rather than to run a mile each day.