The SAT Day

Here is one example of a typical test-day schedule. Times will vary depending on the actual time of the test, how far away the test site is, etc.

6:00 A.M.
Students: Wake up and eat a healthy breakfast. You should have been arising at this time for a week or two before the exam to prepare your body. The whole family should gather and pray for the student.

6:30 A.M.
Last minute check-ups: six sharpened #2 pencils, calculator with fresh batter, snack (no candy), ticket, picture ID, watch.

7:00 A.M.
Parents should take the student to the test sire, and then stay and pray for the student through the morning. It is a good idea to scout out the location the week before. Pray over the building. Relax in the car and mediate on Scriptures.

7:30 A.M.
As soon as the test site opens, go get a seat. Then return to the car. Do not hang around the test site. Save a seat on the end of the row fairly distant from high traffic areas (doorways and bathrooms).

8:00 A.M.
By this time you should leave the car and go back into the test site. Parents should pray for the student one last time.

9:00 A.M. ? 12:30 P.M.
Take the exam. Be sure to use the exam to work the problems, not the answer sheet. I do not recommend sending your scores to a college until you get the score you want.

12:30 P.M.
Celebrate! Celebrate God’s faithfulness! Meditate on what God has done in your life through this preparation process. Consider Joshua 4. you will receive your scores in six weeks.

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