SAT math

07132007, 10:44 AM
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SAT math
How can I do well in the SAT math? I am not good in math but I want to do well in the SAT. How can I ovecome this difficult test??? Any tips?


07142007, 10:57 PM
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Re: SAT math
For a complete review of the math portion of the SAT, check out http://www.gmaxsat.com. You will be able to see a demo lesson of a great (and funny) math teacher who makes you understand everything he says.


04222010, 02:39 PM
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Re: SAT math
i use the 5 sat math practice test by Paul Simpson and my score went from 610 to 730, you should try it. it help me out a lot and the answer explanation for each question was easily to understand


06252010, 04:05 AM
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Re: SAT math
memorize all the mathematical formula if you must. get acquainted on how to solve statistical questions like the percentages and stuff. i am bad with math, too, and luckily my scores with critical reading and writing leveled up. hope this helps *_*


07162010, 05:11 PM
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Re: SAT math
Hey man, I am going into the 10th grade now, and I thought I was a math whiz; I went through geometry in 9th grade without 1 minute of studying for tests and did just fine; now when I reviewed this algebra 1 crap online, I found out i could not remember anything. My advice to you is to review EVERYTHING!!!! EVERY SINGLE  THING!


02122015, 10:46 PM
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RE: SAT math
Make a schedule to review SAT practice tests a few times each week. Get familiar with the questions and problems and you should be able to improve your score. There are some cool college tips available from this blog too http://www.hackmycollege.com


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