# Sat math strategy

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• ### SAT Math FOR DUMmIES‰

Just like the senior prom or getting a driver’s license, the SAT is one of those milestones in the life of a high school student. I wish I could say it was as much fun as those other things, but if I did, you probably wouldn’t believe anything else I say in the rest of the book. But any way you slice it, the SAT is still there, scheduled for some Saturday morning a few weeks or months from now. Most colleges require you to submit an SAT score as part of your application process. So because there’s no getting around it and it’s not...

• ### SAT WRITING ESSENTIALS

For over 80 years, high school juniors and seniors have faced the SAT on their paths to college. During that time, the test has undergone some changes. However, the new SAT, offered for the first time in March 2005, represents the most significant change in the history of the test. What does that mean for the more than two million students who take the test each year? They’ll miss more of the Saturday on which they take it: The old SAT was three hours long, and the new one is almost four. Instead of two sections, the test now includes three, and the top score is 2,400 instead...

• ### ACING THE SAT 2006

Who,what,where,when,why? If you are taking the SAT this year, these are the most important questions you need answered. This book will provide you with the answers to these questions. There’s one more big question, how- ever, and that is how, as in “How do I ace the SAT?” In Chapter 3 of this book, you will review the skills you need to ace the Critical Reading section of the SAT. Chapter 4 covers essential math skills, and Chapter 5 will give you all the information you need to know about the Writing section. Every chapter in this book, however, will be use- ful in your...

• ### ACT™ EXAM SUCCESS In Only 6 Steps

Because of the simple fact that high school standards and quality vary widely, colleges look to standardized tests to level the playing ﬁeld for all students. Unlike the SAT, the aim of the ACT is to test what you have learned in high school. It is not an “aptitude” test, as the SAT claims to be, nor is it an intelligence test. So if you have taken challenging courses in high school, you have already set the foundation to do well on the ACT.