Master the SAT 2020
I’ve said it before – test anxiety is real. Students understand the weight of these exams, and they often get nervous. They mismanage their time. They forget things they know well. All because of stress. By far, test prep is the number one way to alleviate test anxiety. By removing the fear of the unknown, becoming familiar with the format and the way questions are asked, your student can focus on the content. This will give you the truest score – when they feel relaxed and confident going in. Peterson’s is one of many good test prep options out there. It’s a BIG book! You have practice tests which can be used in a variety of ways from a baseline diagnostic tool to a preview of what is to come on test day. I know it says 2020 on the cover, but the test has not changed for a while now, so that is no big deal. For the student willing to put in the time to practice, this is a good option. Pinpoint where you need to study and do the work. This book is a great value for the price with all the practice and strategies inside. ~Sara
Peterson's(R) SAT(R) Prep Guide 2020 provides a wealth of test-taking strategies and skill-building exercises to help students prepare well for the SAT(R) exam. Students will find extensive subject reviews for the Reading, Writing and Language, Math-No Calculator, and Math-Calculator test sections of the SAT(R). The book's full-length Diagnostic Test with detailed answer explanations helps students determine their strengths and weaknesses, and the numerous exercises will surely boost students' test-prep confidence. The 5 additional full-length practice tests in the book, plus exclusive access to 3 full-length practice tests online, will help students score high on test day. In addition, the updated "Parents' Guide to College Admission Testing" in the Appendix provides valuable advice for parents on what standardized tests their high school student should take, how to motivate their child, and what role to play in the college admissions process.