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- May 4th, 2016, 02:25 AM #1
Sat ii 2016
Asalaam o Alikum,
I'm confused a little, I'll be doing my SAT II exam in the UK but not sure what books should i use to study for it (FSC books or ALevels)
Thanks in advanceMay 5th, 2016, 02:45 AM #2May 5th, 2016, 02:51 AM #3
@ascalations ThanksMay 6th, 2016, 05:04 PM #4May 6th, 2016, 05:15 PM #5May 8th, 2016, 07:43 PM #6
Im doing the SAT II exams as well and as a UK student I can relate, I had no idea what SAT exams were coming from A levels but I recently done SAT II Bio M and Chem this January and got 730 and 710. Just got maths to go now this June. I used barron's for both of the exams and honestly its enough, ive got both btw in ebook forms so if you want I can send you them. I only revised a month before hand but it depends how confident you feel. I also have other ebooks for SAT II chem bio and maths level 1 if you need them or have any questions just let me knowMay 8th, 2016, 09:32 PM #7May 9th, 2016, 02:39 PM #8
Ill just copy paste the answer I gave on another thread:
"First of all in my opinion you do need ample amount of time to study for SAT II. If you have done your A levels you should be good to go in a month. If not, then you atleast require 2-3 months of preparation.
What you should try to do is make small notes. I used to read the chapter thoroughly and then skim it again then used to take a sticky note, write the points i thought were important and then stick it on the page of the respective chapter. This way i knew what was the important stuff i had to go through in this chapter or it can be used to just jog your memory.
I gave my SAT II after doing my As level and started my preparation for SAT II three months prior to the exam.Personally I used the combination of Barron and Kaplan SAT II.Apart from SAT II books, I used my A level books which did help in certain topics.
Don't forget to practice the mock tests at the end of the books. Make sure you do them as if you were doing a real exam with proper preparation and timing.
Find more tests on the internet and keep practicing. If you are done with those and have ample amount of time, you can move on to doing A level MCQ's if you like.The end goal is to have strong concepts."May 9th, 2016, 02:41 PM #9
Hey how long does it usually take to go over the sat prep Preferably its difficulty level for pre engineering bise lahore? I'm doing fsc part 2 and was going to give the SAT's for a more appealing look on my resumes. Any advice?May 9th, 2016, 02:59 PM #10May 17th, 2016, 06:37 PM #11
Since you asked a SAT related question, are you applying for the 76 reserved seats?
Does anyone know the process? I have already taken my SATs and taking A2 exams at the moment. When does the admission process for these reserved seats start?
thnx for any help
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