SAT Physics instructor Stephanie shows you 3 smart ways to study for the SAT Physics test

Three brilliant ways to study for the SAT physics test you never thought of

One thing that students don’t realize when they go into the SAT physics test is how very conceptual it is. They are used to number crunching on their physics tests from their AP Physics or their other physics classes. They are used to doing a lot of problems that involve figuring out different pieces that are put together from different concepts. But what they don’t realize is that the SAT physics test is very different than that. It is all about one concept at a time; what does the graph for that particular concept look like?

But this SAT physics exam is maybe 80%, maybe more than 80% conceptual. You’re not going to be doing a lot of those same types of problems. So here are three strategies you can use to study to get yourself ready for the SAT physics.

  1. Phet simulations
  2. Doubles graphs
  3. Break it approach

If you have any questions or you want more in-depth tutoring either online or in person, simply email, and we’ll be glad to help you.

Good luck.

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