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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The SAT college admissions test is not exactly ADHD-friendly.

Most teens with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) would agree that sitting in a seat for four hours answering questions bearing little relevance to a teen's life isn't a recipe for earning a blowout score. You'll lose interest. Your mind will wander. Worse, your ADHD mind will space out and lose focus on everything. What to do? Use these seven tips for helping ADHD teens maximize their efforts on the SAT test and earn the high scores that colleges want.

Next: Talk It Out
Don't Rush
Scribble
Quiz Yourself
Read It Again
Scratch the Bad Answers
Chill Out

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