This SAT is just a few days away. Here are a few suggestions to put you into the test zone so you can do your best :) .
1. Get good sleep — that means a good 7-8 hours per night for 4 nights before the test! (Teenage brains perform best on tests with 7.5 hours of sleep, and your brain registers as "sleep deprived" for at least 3 days after you shortchange yourself.)
2. Feed your brain with healthy food — have a good breakfast and take some nutritious snacks that you can eat on the day of the test during your breaks. (No — Coke, Fiery Hot Cheetos, and Sour Patch Kids do not count as nutritious.)
3. Use this checklist to double check that you have everything you need for the test: https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-test-day-checklist. Hint: put in your bag/backpack the night before just to make the morning easier.
4. Know where you are going for the test and give yourself plenty of time to get there.