Most Efficient Test Taking Planning (When to Take What Test)
고등학교내신에서 어떤과목을 선택하여 대학시험을 준비하는것이 시험공부시간을 줄일수있나?
The guiding principle to when to take what test, for college admissions preparations, is efficiency and recycling. For this article, I am assuming that the student is in high school currently. For students not in high school, but want to get a jump on preparation for high school and college admissions in general, I will go into that in another article.
대학 입학 준비를 위해 어떤 시험을 치러야 하는지에 대한 원칙은 효율성과 재활용성 입니다. 이 기사는 고등학생을 대상으로 합니다. 고등학생이 아닌 저학년 학생인 경우 언제 무슨 과목을 어떻게 공부해야 하는지에 대한 내용은 다른 기사에서 다루겠습니다.
Don't put this off
If you put off preparing for college all to your junior year, you'll have 1) 3-5 AP tests to study for (actually, the more the better the higher ranked the university being applied is), 2) 2-3 SAT II subject tests to study for, 3) SAT I or ACT tests to study for with retakes, if needed, 4) extracurricular activities to finish up and supplement, 5) college and university applications to start and try to finish, and all the while 7) maintaining your GPA in the most difficult courses your high school has to offer, if you can help it, and you'll have 8) a massively long essay (usually about 10 pages, or 4000 words) you'll have to write in your junior year, as required by law in most US states and by most schools using the American curriculum in many of the overseas international schools. So, last minute cramming is not easy, or even possible. If you're applying for universities under rank 40 or so, you can concentrate on just taking the ACT (Or, TOEFL if an international student, and college applications, GPA, and long junior-year essay), which is a lot less.
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