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An SAT tutor who charges $1,500 an hour explains what everyone does wrong preparing for the test

The SAT is one of the most high-stakes standardized tests high-school students can take. A high score can bolster the chances of securing a seat at a top college.

However, students hoping to get top scores often hurt their chances by focusing on the wrong material, Anthony-James Green, a $1,500-an-hour SAT and ACT tutor, told Business Insider.

“Obsessing over your weakest points is way more important than looking at what you’re good at,” Green said. “There’s a tendency among everyone to continue [studying] what you enjoy and what you like.”

Green, who says his students improve 310 to 320 points on read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com