SSAT test experience
SSAT test experience
- Tuesday November 15th, 2016
- Posted by: Gia Sư Quốc Tế
GSQT – SSAT, also known as the Secondary School Admission Test, is a standardized exam required by many private schools all over the world during the entrance exam. To achieve good results, you must have SSAT test experience.
SSAT evaluates language skills, reading comprehension and calculation of the candidates, all of which emphasize critical thinking and problem solving. For beginners becoming get familiar with SSAT exam would have faced many difficulties during exam preparation. Some SSAT test experience below will help somehow.
- Do mock test: You should start preparing for exam at least 3 months before the exam. The first step is to do sample test to analyze your current level and what you need to do to achieve scores as desired? Understand which level you are and how you should is a foundation to set goals and a clear plan to achieve what you want.
- Review regularly: Having regular review plan is the key to learn effectively. You should spend at least 3-4 hours per week for reviewing continuously in 3 months. With vocabulary, one effective tip is to memorize “word root” – the common roots, from which you can guess the correct meaning of the words you have never seen before. You can note the original words and its mean in some little cards to learn.
- Do not forget basic knowledge: Understanding basic knowledge of Mathematics in English will be a long-term advantage to get a high score in SSAT. Therefore, do not forget the basic foundation as algebra, functions, or the difference between adjectives and adverbs. This knowledge may seem basic and simple, but you will definitely regret it if not preparing carefully.
- Looking for SSAT tutor: If you still find it’s difficult to self-learning with SSAT test experience above, you should find a SSAT preparation tutor, who can give you advice, and support knowledge. Advice from friends is worth referral, but you never know whether it comes from competition or any hidden negative or not. Tutors and learners always have the same common goal, and tutors also wish you success as yourself want.