1. Go to bed early. And by early, we don’t mean early in the morning.
2. Eat a good breakfast. Your brain will need the calories. Not usually a breakfast person? Trust us, by section 4, you’ll thank us.
3. Forgetful? Don’t worry – duct tape can fix anything. Tape your supplies – your trusty TI-84, your spare No. 2 pencils, a handy eraser – to your body so you won’t forget them come d-day. Sorry, did we say d-day? We meant test day.
4. Review Collegeboard’s PSAT handbook at least more than you’ve reviewed the SJS handbook.
5. Relax if you’re a sophomore.
6. Relax if you’re a junior.
7. Drink the blood of a standardized-test-savvy classmate to gain their powers.
8. Try to curb your new-found craving for human blood.
9. Trust yourself.
The Review Staff