Wait, weaknesses are a good thing? How can that be?
When it comes to the SAT and ACT, yes indeed, weaknesses are a good thing.
You see, a weakness is an opportunity to get better. Identify a weakness before test day, work on that weakness over time and improve your score.
But what if you don't have time to work on your weakness? What if test day is tomorrow?
Well, weaknesses are still a good thing because when you find a question in an area of weakness on test day, you guess on that one, waste little time and use that saved time to score points in other areas.
The key is to understand both your strengths and your weaknesses.
This short video here, the 6th of 10 Keys to SAT & ACT Success, explains why knowing both your strengths and weaknesses can help you towards achieving your goal SAT or ACT score: