What now?

<p>We were finally able to get all the books (BB, Groubers, Grammatix, DH I & II, & RR) that have been recommended by members this forum. My daughter is willing to put in 2 hrs/day, so is there a recommended program, i.e. a certain part of the test each day?</p>

<p>Thank you</p>

<p>Is this just for the SAT Reasoning Test? If so, you may have gotten too much. If you could be more specific as to how bright your daughter is, what score she wants to get, etc., it will be easier to help out.</p>

<p>My SAT study agenda, which worked out perfectly for me, was to take copious amounts of practice sections to familiarize myself with the test and gauge my actual test day performance. If your daughter is already familiar with the test (ie if she's taken the PSAT or taken SAT courses), then I would strongly recommend this route. There's no surefire method of studying for the SAT, so the best thing to do is to practice taking it and get as familiar as possible with it.</p>