Passing Through the Gateway of Knowledge : Studying for and Passing the SAT's
SAT Guide Are you about to graduate high school and go on to a four-year university or college. Have you always wanted to test yourself academically, to see if you have what it takes to pass through the gateway of higher education and achieve a degree such as a bachelors or Masters? Then you might want to consider taking the scholastic aptitude test (SAT). However, this test is a bit more strenuous than the average high school or GED required test and does require some special preparations and information to achieve the highest score possible. This is where the gateway of knowledge course comes in handy. You will learn everything you need to know to achieve the highest score possible. Maybe even a perfect score of 2400 points if you are willing to put forth the required effort and time to achieve it. What you will learn: - You will learn: exactly what subjects the test will cover how many sections there are. How long the test will take to complete, and how many questions there are. - You will learn: exactly where and how to acquire the necessary study and practice materials, and how to use them to the greatest effect. - You will learn: about the various educational methods of studying for the SATs, such as practice tests, guided scholastic courses and private tutors and which one were best for you. - You will learn: about the various electronic methods and study aids used in preparing for the SATs, such as YouTube channels educational videos spanking with tutors and other forms of, and learning as well as the best place to find electronic textbooks and other course study materials. - You will learn: some of the most efficient ways to study and retain the knowledge required to pass a test. You will learn to recognize and solve specific types of questions, no matter how they are worded. - You will learn: some different ways of managing stress and test taking anxiety to help you focus and achieve your best score possible. - You will learn: time management and study skills so that you can study as effectively as possible. - You will learn: some of the insider secrets about the SAT test and its history. Who this Book is for: This Book is designed for anyone from high school seniors and GED graduates that are looking to pass through the gateway of knowledge and climbed the stairs of higher education, as well as anyone looking to test themselves academically and see if they have what it takes to be competitive in a college-level environment from stay-at-home moms to senior citizens and everyone in between some basic academic skills such as reading comprehension, English vocabulary are a must before registering for this course.
- Paperback | 36 pages
- 140 x 216 x 3mm | 73g
- 25 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations