“Planning without action is futile, action without planning is fatal.” At least that’s what project management exam prep expert Cornelius Fichtner says. While we may disagree in terms of degree, I fully support the idea that planning and action must always go together, especially in test prep.
That’s why, when Punam Saxena of edu-Me invited me to speak about any topic related to the SAT & ACT on her splendid podcast, I chose to focus on planning. As Punam herself says, creating a schedule and ensuring that your child is efficient with their time is critical for maintaining sanity and doing well on the test.
Are you interesting in a big picture overview of when teens should take the SAT or ACT? How about getting into the nitty-gritty details?
- When is the best time to take the ACT or SAT?
- When is the best time to prepare for these tests?
- What can we do to help our teens attain their highest scores?
- What are resources we can ALL use to help our children?
And for further detail, reference our Frequently Asked (and Updated) Questions About When to Take the SAT or ACT!