Don’t cheat. This goes without saying for 999 out of 1000 students (hopefully even more!) but cheating is not the way to score high on the SAT examSecurity+ certification. Not only do you sacrifice your integrity and trustworthiness, you do yourself the huge disfavor of taking something you did not earn, and I guarantee that it will catch up with you sooner or later.
Prepare ahead of time. If you fully grasp the importance of the SAT exam in determining your admission to colleges to which you will be applying, you’ll spend a little bit of time preparing before the test – and I don’t mean the day before the test. Begin a few months in advance to review concepts you know you’re having trouble with.
Study on a regular basis. You’ll get a lot more mileage studying for the SAT if you set a day and time each week (or more often if you want) to study. This will also help your mind and body prepare for the test by getting them used to sitting and focusing for a long period of time.
Take practice exams. The more you are exposed to actual exam questions, the easier time you will have dealing with the real test. Simulate the testing experience (timed, sitting in a desk, etc.) to make sure that when exam day comes around, the situation is not new to you. This will help you relax and perform to the best of your abilities.