If you are planning to take the SAT test in the current year, than you should start working on the prep. One of the most crucial steps that students must take carefully and they mostly neglect is ‘the starting time of prep’. Yes, when you start preparation would have a great impact on your preparation. You have to make sure that you don’t start too early or too late.
When to start prep?
Actually when you start SAT prep more than eight months prior to the test, you end up with the chaos in mind. Certainly the material, stuff and concepts mingle up in your mind. You tend to forget the material that you did in the initial stage of the test prep. It happens because of the gap between the prep and the test date. Similarly if you are starting the prep two months ago or a month ago then too chancing of preparing and performing well decreases. It happens because you have no clued what to do first and how to do. You get caught up in too much of material and concepts to prepare. The best thing is to start prep five or six months prior to the test. In this way you would be able to prep in the most prolific manner. You would have the concepts fresh in mind and you would not get tensed too because of less time or massive stuff to be done.
What is the second step?
The second step in your prep for SAT should be planning. If you have joined up a class like SAT Coaching in Gurgaon, you would get some prospective of right planning in the coaching class too. After all, in coaching classes everything works as per a pre-designed pattern. There remains no scope of going off rail. Anyhow, whatever be the case you have to invest in a plan. You have to own a personal plan. Make sure that you plan your timing (including coaching class too if you have joined one). In this way once you have a plan you would be constant and on track. You would follow the plan and hence nothing would go missing. Without any planning you might end up creating a mess for you.
Take tests in the beginning
Again together with your planning, make sure that you take a decisive test in the beginning of your prep. In this way you would get a faint idea about your calibre. You can do the preparation as per your understanding of concepts. Once you know where you stand and what your weak areas are, you can delegate time to the weaker areas accordingly. Moreover, you would get to know about your strengths too. In this way beginning would be firm and hence you would start off on a proper note.
Thus, once you have these things in mind you might be in a position to get started with your pre for SAT in a great manner. Moreover, your performance would be double effective too.