a. This is recommended for students who are scoring below a 22(ACT) or a 1100(SAT). At these scores, it is much easier to improve your overall score without focusing on refining your skill in specific sections.
a. This is recommended for students who have blatant weaknesses on the test. For example (ACT): If a student scored a 30 on every section but math (and scored a 20 on math), it is much more efficient for them to focus on math to improve their overall score.
a. This technique is recommended for people who keep making the same mistakes repeatedly. Instead of approaching a section with a goal score, try approaching a section with a smaller goal in mind. Instead of saying “I will get a 28 on this math section,” say, “I will get through this entire math section without making a careless mistake” or “I will get through this entire math section without missing a trigonometry problem.”