One of the most overlooked strategies to beating the SAT/ACT is pacing.
For example the ACT moves faster than the SAT, yet what really matters is knowing how much time to allow for each section prior to test day.
Most students tend to favor the Math or English section over the other so factor in completing the easier problems first then leave extra time to re-check your answers.
Since there isn’t any penalty for guessing incorrectly, there’s no reason to leave any answers blank.
You also don’t need to go chronologically in order especially if you can instantly identify what type of problem you’re solving.
The reality is: when are you ever going to take a 4-hour test in your high school career?
Most of the time anxiety stems from the unknown, so that’s why our tutors help demystify the test so you know what to expect.
Being prepared is the best strategy you can have to achieve an optimal score and time management can be the foundation on which to build on.