Hacking the SAT: Tips and Tricks to Help You Prepare, Plan Ahead, and Increase Your Score (Paperback)
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Learn all the top tricks to preparing for and acing the SAT and ACT
The SAT and ACT are the academic tests that can make or break your entrance into your number one college or university. High school students practice endlessly, and some pay hundreds of dollars an hour for tutors to teach them, just to earn a better score. Endless studying can be mentally exhausting and leave students wanting to do nothing more than throw their books out the window. Sure, those 300 extra points make a difference, but at what cost to your attitude and everyday performance?
Instead of drilling into boring test prep books and stretching yourself too thin while trying to complete every practice test available, dive into Hacking the SAT! This all-inclusive insider’s guide is perfect for parents, teachers and administrators, as well as students themselves. No more last-minute cramming and studying; this entertaining and engaging guide is full of tips and techniques that will have you ready to pass these dreaded standardized tests in plenty of time! This book will provide you with all the hacks you need to pass the SAT or ACT with flying colors, such as:
- Test prep schedules
- Where to find study materials
- Study tips
- Test-taking strategies
- And much more!
About the Author
Jason Breitkopf is the Director of Academics at Chyten Educational Services, a college and test prep institute. He enjoys sharing tips and techniques with his students and tutors, and attributes his success to the influential teachers he had throughout his life. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters.
Neil Khaund is the Chief Executive Officer at Chyten Educational Services. He has been a part of the small business world of education for several years and is the cofounder of Kennedy International Education, an educational start-up in Mexico City. He lives in Massachusetts.
"Hacking the SAT is a comprehensive and practical tour of college entrance standardized testing from its origin to its current station in higher education and its potential future role. While others have written about the SAT and ACT, Breitkopf and Khaund’s book is uniquely valuable in that it offers both a macro and micro view, a fascinating exploration of standardized testing in the United States, and nuts-and-bolts test prep strategies. They lay out everything needed to prepare for a test in clear, easy-to-understand terms. It’s a must-read for anyone wanting to create their own test prep program, or self-prepping for the tests." —Julie Fulton, CEO & Founder of Mosaic College Prep, LLC.