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  Maddy Lee, a St. Petersburg High junior, says the best way to a high score on the SAT is lots of sleep the night before. And well, practice.Photo Credit: Courtesy of Maddy Lee

SAT advice from students who have passed with flying colors

Obviously the SAT isn't a fun endeavor for anyone, and taking a standardized test is not what most of us would want to do with our free time. So tb-two* decided to ask two St. Petersburg High students with phenomenal SAT scores to make it easier on us. Here's what they had to say: Maddy Lee, junior 1 I know you've  …

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    Obviously the SAT isn't a fun endeavor for anyone, and taking a standardized test is not what most of us would want to do with our free time. So tb-two* decided to ask two St. Petersburg High students with phenomenal SAT scores to make it easier on us. Here's what they had to say:

    Maddy Lee, junior

      Maddy Lee, a St. Petersburg High junior, says the best way to a high score on the SAT is lots of sleep the night before. And well, practice.
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