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Hi everyone! I am an international high school student taking the SAT for the first time in May. I heard from some of my friends who took the March DSAT that it was nothing like the practice material. Can someone elaborate on that and tell me what resources I need to get a good score? Additionally,  is mastering Khan Academy enough for the real exam? Thank you :)

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a month ago

I highly recommend Strategic Test Prep's Youtube channel! I also used their workbooks. Many time-saving tips that were literally life savers!

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🎤a month ago

Appreciate it!

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a month ago

hi! you can try blue book, it should be an app on Chromebook. There are 4 practice tests, na the questions there are similar to the ones on the actual SAT. Also, going on YouTube, picking a video and going through practice questions are really helpful. Try to answer them yourselves before the video shows the answer. It can test your readiness.

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🎤a month ago

Thank you :) will do!

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a month ago

There are 6 practice tests now! 4-6 are the most accurate to what they are testing right now :)

It really stinked because they waited until after the March test to release accurate practice tests :(

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🎤a month ago

Ohhhh I hope you did well :) ty

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a month ago

I did ok, but my score was 100 points lower than what I got on Practice test 1-3 so watch out for that :(

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🎤a month ago

Best of luck :) ty

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