Action Plan for When Your SAT Score Plateaus

You’ve been studying for weeks and you saw some improvement in your SAT score. Then you scored your most recent practice test, and, ugh, your score stayed the same. While that can feel really disappointing, there is good news: there are a few tricks to help you keep increasing your score. Let’s jump into some of those strategies here so you can be on your way to a higher SAT score ASAP! Keep Working on your timing
A key part of your SAT study plan needs to include lots of practice working on your speed when approaching SAT questions. Follow your One Month SAT Study Plan to make sure you are following a set plan that includes everything you need to study to do well on the SAT.

Working on your speed is critical to improving your SAT score. When you first start studying and you’re trying new strategies, it’s very common to see your score stay the same or even dip a little because you are a little slower at solving problems when using a new approach. Keep working on these new strategies while timing yourself and you’ll see your score increase on your next practice SAT.


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