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The SAT is a standardized test used as a basis for admission into many colleges and universities. It includes three sections: math, critical reading, and writing. Read on to learn some general tips for taking the SAT. Then read about specific tips for taking each of the three sections of the test.  
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Many colleges and universities require a college admission essay as part of their admission application. Writing this essay is an opportunity for you to stand out among the applicants and to prove you're a deserving candidate. Here are some things you should keep in mind as you write your essay.
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Writing a Lab Report

 
Many advanced science classes include a lab component. Lab reports are an important part of your grade in these classes. Some teachers provide a format they want you to use when writing a lab report. Here is a format you can use when your teacher does not provide a format.
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Free teaching tip There are various procedures that you should establish with your students. Here are some important procedures you should rehearse with your students until they become automatic: ... Another free teaching tip Struggling Math Learners - for students who struggle with learning math concepts, practice some of these teaching tips. ...
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Free Study Tip Don't get too comfortable when you study. I do best when I sit in a wooden kitchen chair. If you try to study in bed or scrunching up in a cushy chair, you'll only get sleepy. You have to stay alert to study well.
 
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Another free Study Tip It's good to study with a partner and have them ask you questions to see if you remember the information you read. If you don't remember something then you should review it.
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St. Charles, Iowa
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Just do your best to study. Don't wait until the last minute like I do sometimes. I don't always wait until the last minute, but when I do, I regret it. Work hard everyone, and do your best.
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