Apparently things have changed dramatically. The SAT is very important. So much so, in fact, Debbie Stier, the author of The Perfect Score Project, took the test SEVEN times to prepare herself to help her son with the SAT.
In this book, Debbie Stier, who works in the publishing industry, writes of her family journey and her research into and practice for the SAT. Throughout the narrative she includes practical notes on taking the SAT.
My daughter is a year off from middle school age, so I will definitely keep this on my shelf for later. Even so, there were a few points from the book I find useful even now:
- Tricks on a test cannot make up for a poor foundation in a subject.
- Deliberate practice makes a difference and is not what most of us do when we practice. We need to practice those things we do not know not what we do know.
- Do not delegate the authority of your teens over to their peers. Parents/family need to stay the center of your teen's life.
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