debbiestier asked:If I have 5 days to study before the next SAT, (say 2-3 hours a day), what's the best way to spend that time?
Remember that in general, you can improve your score 100 points by making one fewer mistake per multiple choice section. Two fewer mistakes per section? You’re looking at about 200 points. So you don’t need to cover everything at once in the next week to have an effect on your score.
In fact, you might be better off concentrating on a few of your weakest areas (especially if they’re common question types — right triangles, for example) than trying to study everything.
If you’re looking to identify some common weak areas, try this drill. Note that, although it’s 20 questions, it’s MUCH harder than a typical 20 question section on the SAT, so don’t try to limit yourself to 25 minutes. The answer key will point you in the direction of some tips specific to the kinds of mistakes you’re making. Iron a few of those out, and you’re well on your way! Good luck!