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SAT Subject Tests: Foreign Language

  •  If you have conjugations to learn, I suggest studying them long term. Get yourself familiar with all the different tenses and forms by going over one tense each night. It doesn't have to be for very long, just so that the words will sound familiar to you. Most importantly, make sure that you don't start studying them the night before. If by the night before the test you don't know the conjugations that will be on that test, then you'll' need to devote about 20-30 minutes studying them. First, write out the conjugations about five times. Then, do as many exercises in your textbook as you can. After that, write them out and say them aloud about five or six more times. Look at paragraphs in your textbook or other materials and try to identify different verb tenses that way, too. Finally, make a study sheet that you can look at during the day leading up to the test in order to imprint the verb forms and spellings in your mind.
  • For all other kinds of grammar, you should do as many exercises out of your book as you can. The more practice, the better. Read everything you can about the grammatical construction you need to know over and over until you get it. If you find that you need more help understanding something, ask the teacher if he/she has any tips that can help you learn the material.
     

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