Put your first-choice college well within your reach with 28 SAT Math Lessons to Improve Your Score in One Month. The lessons in this series of books have been created by a Ph.D. in mathematics with more than a decade of SAT math tutoring experience. Each lesson has been carefully constructed to provide you with clever and efficient ways of solving problems while ensuring that you spend less time on each question.
The books in this series currently contain intermediate and advanced courses. The intermediate course specifically designed for students that are currently scoring between a 500 and 600 in SAT math on official College Board practice SATs and want to get a higher score. The advanced course is designed for students that are scoring above 600 in SAT math and want to get an 800 score. The targeted nature of these courses will ensure that not a single moment of time is wasted during your SAT math prep. Simply complete each lesson in the order given, and the results will follow.
The main part of each book consists of 28 lessons that teach precisely the concepts, strategies, and SAT math problems necessary to take you to the next score level. Additional optional material is also included for students that find themselves progressing at an accelerated rate.
The problems in this book were carefully chosen in such a way that any student can immediately find the problems he or she needs to improve his or her SAT math score immediately in a quick and efficient manner.
Using this book you will learn to solve SAT math problems in clever and efficient ways that will have you spending less time on each problem, and answering difficult questions with ease. You will feel confident that you are applying a trusted system to one of the most important tests you will ever take.
Inside this book you will find important advice that will significantly increase your SAT math score before you even do a single problem. The main part of the book consists of math problems arranged by topic and difficulty level, many with multiple solutions; the quickest way to solve each of these problems is included – a feature ideal for those students going for a perfect 800 or near perfect score!
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Put your first-choice college well within your reach with The 32 Most Effective SAT Math Strategies - a powerful collection of the most clever and easy-to-follow problem solving methods and tips that will maximize your SAT math score with the minimum amount of effort. The simple yet effective strategies in this book can be implemented immediately without learning any additional mathematics.
The 32 Most Effective SAT Math Strategies contains over 100 SAT math problems with step by step solutions illustrating exactly how to use each SAT math strategy effectively. In addition, the same problems are solved using more sophisticated methods for advanced students that wish to obtain a deeper understanding of the underlying mathematics. These strategies have been proven to work for any student - even students that have little to no confidence in their mathematical ability.
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Teachers and tutors may have their own personal philosophies, but there is one thing that they all agree on - every student should be attempting the questions from the practice SATs given in “The Official SAT Study Guide.”
The Official SAT Study Guide Companions contain solutions to the SATs in the Official SAT Study Guide. As usual, Dr. Warner gives simple, efficient, in-depth solutions to each of these problems, and most problems are solved using several different methods.
These products have been created in response to the teachers, tutors and students that have found the College Board's solutions to these problems to be unsatisfactory.