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8. My Comprehensive Studying System For Psychology Classes Video
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I got 61/100 points
35/100 points for me
42/100. everyone should take this tbh
Juniors you’re about to go into the fire of the hardest year of high school.
There is so much expected of you that it is easy to get lost in all of the expectations.
So here is a handy dandy timeline of everything you should know about for the year:
SUMMER BEFORE: Start prepping for the PSAT if you’re taking it. Why? Because A: Using it as a diagnostic is starting your prep way too late if you want to take winter tests, and B: because PSAT is used for national merit, so prepping can only help.
SEPTEMBER: Start off strong in your classes (you’ll probably need recs from these teachers) and prep for the PSAT
OCTOBER: PSAT, Registration for November SAT
NOVEMBER: November SAT, Registration for December ACT, Registration for December SAT, PSAT scores returned (get an idea of your goal scores from this diagnostic)
DECEMBER: December ACT (if you’ve been prepping this is a good time to start sitting), December SAT (if you’ve been prepping this is a good starting test), Registration for January SAT. You’re halfway through the year, check out where your grades are and try to make realistic goals for the next semester (straight As? Bring up that B- in Calc AB to a B+? It’s very individualistic).
*stands outside Harvard waiting for cute nerdy potential billionaires*