‘Can’t Miss’ Ways to Boost Your Scores

Here are some can’t miss, FREE on-line programs to boost your scores. Since building your vocabulary and reading comprehension skills is a cumulative process, it is recommended that you get started as early as possible.

  1. Sign Up for SAT Question of the Day provided by The College Board.
  2. Get The Free Official SAT Practice Test.
  3. Sign Up for Dictionary.com Word of the Day
  4. Check out The New York Times Learning Network — Daily News Quiz, Test Prep Questions, Word of the Day
  5. Sign up for The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times and try to read at least one article or op-ed piece each day. A free daily newsletter such as the WSJ’s On The Editorial Page (one of many newsletters offered by the WSJ) is a great way to learn about current issues while improving your vocabulary and reading comprehension skills.
  6. Sign Up for My College QuickStart ™ from The College Board.
If you took the PSAT/NMSQT on or after 2006, you have access to My College QuickStart, which includes these features:
  • My Online Score Report – An enhanced score report that allows you to review each PSAT test question, your answer, and the correct answer with answer explanations.
  • SAT Study Plan – A customized SAT study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice.
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