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What Can HS Freshmen Do Now to Prep for Their Future SAT/ACT?


Replies to: What Can HS Freshmen Do Now to Prep for Their Future SAT/ACT?

  • damon30damon30 Registered User Posts: 325 Member
    This thread is full of so much subtle brag

    I don't think so. This is a self-selected group reading this, students and parents. It aint bragging if it's true ;)
  • theloniusmonktheloniusmonk Registered User Posts: 2,004 Senior Member
    edited February 7
    "to take the PSAT seriously"

    Taking the PSAT seriously does not mean focusing on it in 9th grade, the article actually says to not focus on tests freshman year but to work on adapting academically and socially to high school. You can take the PSAT in 10th without studying, find out what you need to work on and study over summer after sophomore year for the PSAT 11 and the SATs at the same time.

    "It aint bragging if it's true"

    My subtle brag contribution: I never failed a class, take that!
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