Before you review all that algebra and geometry you’ve forgotten over the years, and before you practice with an endless sequence of practice problems, you should learn a few simple tips that well help you immensely on test day. Learn these early, and reinforce them during practice. These strategies are here to remind you that there is just a bit more to studying than simply cramming math material. Yes, learning the processes is more than half the battle, but outsmarting the test-writers is very important too.
These two strategies may appear simple, but they can mean big points in a pressured testing environment. So, when you practice, think about these techniques! They will keep you from making careless mistakes on easy to intermediate problems, which can end up making a huge difference on a computer adaptive test.