Ace It! How to Rock the SAT with ADHD

High school students with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) may despise standardized tests -- with good reason. These seven strategies for scoring well on the SAT will give ADDers a leg up on college admissions.

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Don't Rush

It's better to work slowly and carefully.

Questions in each SAT section get increasingly difficult as you go along, but the hard ones at the end are worth the same number of points as the easy and intermediate ones. If you rush through the test, you are likely to make errors that will cost you points on the easier questions.

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