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How much did you get on your PSAT? How do you prepare for that? When?
How do you prepare for the SAT II? How long before the test?
well if I use QnAs or online course, there are NO answer explanations. wat then?
ok. im lately finding when I review I just cant figure out WHY some answer choices are right and some are wrong (using real tests with no explanations). I spent half an hour + trying to figure out why this question was this particular answer. and i cant ask on forums because theyd have to read the whole passage
^^Guys, never do that. Don't just accept it blindly just because the answer key says so. You HAVE to UNDERSTAND each question, otherwise you're not learning! There are many ways you can do this. Either ask someone who is good at the SAT, or buy a book.
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This book has all the solutions explained in the Blue Book tests. If you don't adequately review your answers, you won't make good progress.
112358. I haven't purchased the Testmasters answers guide. I have the BB and am going to buy BB2 next week. So are you suggesting that I review and find explanations myself? And then post the questions I am really stuck on here? Would that be all right?