How long should I study for the SATs?

One of the leading questions parents ask when inquring about tutoring services is "how long should my student study for the SATs?" 
This answer varies depending upon the student's current academic progress, whether they've taken the test previously and what areas they need to invest more time in. 
The short answer is at least 40 hours. 
Also, it is not a bad idea to take the test more than once to improve your score and become more familiar with the time structure and layout of the test. Retaking the test is not a sign of failure or falling short of your goals, it is simply a benefit toward improving yourself for your future academic ambitions. Not many opportunities present themselves more than once, so take advantage of improving your academic health and increasing your chances of getting accepted to the college of your choice. 
If you need study tips or a SAT workshop program please feel free to reach out to me to schedule a session. 


Aisha F.

Published Award Winning Writer Increasing SAT scores by 150+ Points

100+ hours
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