How much is enough study time for the SAT? One source opines that students should spend a minimum of 70 hours studying for the SAT.
Gerald Bradshaw, college admissions consultant, advises students to study for at least two hours per day, seven days a week, including a session with a tutor, if possible.
In this article from the Chicago Tribune, Bradshaw gives plenty of useful advice for preparing for the SAT.
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