Parents of college-bound teens and SAT test prep counselors know all too well the challenges related to getting high school students committed to studying for the SAT. But study time is over, and now, it’s time to shine tomorrow, students. But first, some SAT test humor!
It’s the night before the SAT
There’s no need to stress, students. It’s just like Christmas. Once it’s over, you’re going to wonder how that went so quickly (much like your parents feel about your childhood).
Author and humorist Nancy Berk shares her take on that timely (and often dreaded) event in the following video excerpt from her book–College Bound and Gagged: How to Help Your Kid Get Into A Great College Without Losing Your Savings, Your Relationship, or Your Mind.
Now have a nice-not-too-heavy dinner, get to bed early, turn off your electronics (except for your alarm), make sure your ticket is printed out because they don’t accept it on phones. You can do this. We believe in you.
Dr. Nancy Berk is a contributor to Smart College Visit and author.