How to maximize your SAT score with Everydae, Part 2

Do you want to be really good at something?

Then try to improve just 1% everyday.

If you can do that, in the span of one year, you will have improved 3778%! πŸ“ˆ

That’s the power of daily habit.

And the best way to build a good habit? Attach it to an existing routine such as eating a meal, getting home from school, or taking a shower. It’s called habit stacking πŸ₯ž.

Here’s the formula for habit stacking:

After/before [CURRENT HABIT], I will [NEW HABIT].

For example, let’s say you’re stressed out and want to relieve your anxiety. A habit stacking statement would be:

After I eat breakfast (current habit), I will meditate for one minute (new habit).

Now, since our mutual mission is to help you ace the SAT and get into college, let’s fill in the blank to create a habit stack for using Everydae (remember, all you need is 10 minutes).

After/before __________, I will complete one Everydae SAT challenge.

Cramming for an exam at the last minute is stressful, and mostly ineffective.

You have the power to choose a better way, and it only takes a little effort, everyday.

Curious to learn more about habit stacking? Check out this article.

Or if you’ve got 10 minutes now, let’s knock out an SAT challenge!

Log in to Everydae.

Everydae is the digital tutor for high school students. It’s much more affordable than a human tutor, and can be completed in just 10 minutes a day.

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