First of all, I just want to wish those of you who are taking the May SAT tomorrow the very best of luck. Here’s hoping you PWN it into oblivion. If you’re looking for a few day-before-the-test things to read, here are some links:
- 7 things to do today if you’re taking the SAT tomorrow
- Thoughts about the night before the SAT
- Watch out for this! A New SAT section might appear on your test as your experimental section. Don’t freak out.
Second, I want to remind those of you who are regular users of the Q&A to search before you ask! On the day before the SAT I always get tons of questions, many of which have been answered before. Because the day before the SAT is also a pretty busy day for me in my regular tutoring role, it’s hard for me to get to them all—I’m out for much of the day. So…yeah. If you’re submitting Q&A questions today, search before you ask. You might get your answer instantly instead of having to wait until late tonight!
Finally, I want to invite y’all to try this new thing I’m trying called #Learn (pronounced “hash learn”). I think it’s cool—it’s kinda like Twitter for SAT questions. I (and other tutors) can post questions, and you can attempt them, repost them, add your own solutions, etc. It’s in very limited Beta right now, so I only have a few invites. If you’re one of the first 25 people to click here and sign up, you’ll get into the Beta. I’m interested in what you think—whether you think it’s a cool tool I should make time to use every day, etc.