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Unformatted text preview: e admission offices. (If you have already taken the SAT and ACT, apply the following suggestions to college courses and tests you’ll take in the future. If you are a senior and haven’t taken them, it’s not too late to plan and prepare to take them.) Are 100 Hours of Studying Too Many? What if instead of spending only 5 hours studying for the SAT or ACT, a student spent 100 hours studying. 05 (110-127) EMC Chap 05 11/17/05 4:52 PM These 100 hours are easily found if the average 15- to 17-year-old would simply cut back his or her TV viewing. If you are the average 15to 17-year-old, and watch 14 hours and 36 minutes of television a week, consider cutting that down to 12 hours and 36 minutes. With the “freed up” 2 hours, you can now study for the SAT or ACT. In 50 weeks, you would have studied 100 hours. Studying diligently for 2 hours a week for 50 weeks for the SAT or ACT is likely to boost your overall score. Will you “earn a high return” at the end of the 100 hours? We cannot guarantee how high the return will be (how much you will boost your score over not studying), bu...
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