# SAT

## 4 Math Section Strategies for Better Studying

In our past ACT and SAT Math section strategy posts, we’ve talked about the importance of recognizing what kind of math problem you’re looking at in order to recall how to solve it. However, it does take some practice, just like any other skill you want to improve! So we wanted to provide four Math section strategies for recognizing problems as you see them.

## The Best Calculator To Use on the SAT

The best calculator to use on the SAT test is the one you’re familiar with and is allowed during the test. You can solve all the problems on the SAT Math with Calculator section with a pretty simple calculator, so don’t stress about purchasing the “correct” calculator. The most important thing is to stress about …

## SAT Math Strategies

In order to own the SAT math section, you need some strategies. Well – we’ve got ‘em. From how many questions are on the SAT math section to tangible strategies for tackling the questions, read, bookmark, and print the post below for your next study session.

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## What to Expect on the 2021 PSAT

The 2021 PSAT test is coming up on October 13. To help you prepare for the big day, we’ve created a rundown of what’s on the test, how it’s scored, and how you should prepare; not to mention some details on becoming a National Merit Scholar.

## Should You Study for the PSAT Test?

Should you study for the PSAT? It’s just a practice test – right? The PSAT 10 and PSAT/NMSQT® are both practice SAT tests. But how you approach these two tests depends on your personal goals.

## How to Improve Your SAT or ACT Score

Do you keep missing the same kinds of questions during your SAT or ACT study sessions? Not only is this frustrating, but it can keep you from gaining ground in your practice and improving your test score. To stop missing the same questions again and again, you need to learn from your practice – especially the questions you get wrong.

## Should You Guess on the SAT or ACT?

We’ve all been there. It’s the middle of the test. You turn the page, read the next question and *record scratch* – you have no idea how to answer it. So what do you do? Should you guess? And if so, what are the best guessing strategies for the ACT or SAT?