Standardized tests are expensive - and whether or not you choose to use outside preparatory help, there will be times when you need to study on your own. Whether you’re planning to self-study for some, most, or all of your test prep, Moriah is here to give you the best tips and tricks.
She’ll be covering how to create a study plan, ways to identify and tackle your strengths and weaknesses, as well as what to do the day before to make sure your testing day goes smoothly. Stop by to ask a few questions or stick around the whole hour to learn everything you need to know about self-studying for the SAT.
Undergrad College: Cornell University '21
Major: Policy Analysis & Management
Work Experience: Outside of mentoring students on CollegeVine, I’m interested in finance and it’s intersection with the fashion industry. I currently work in finance for an international consumer packaged goods company.
My Admissions Story: Throughout high school I was especially interested in math and science and focused my college applications on schools with good science and pre-med programs. When I got to college I took my first introductory chemistry class with an incredibly difficult professor (he is one of the AP Chemistry test writers every year). After that, I decided to switch gears and focus on public policy as another way that I could help people.