“Learn the top three SAT math strategies to raise your SAT score. The SAT math test is not a “normal” math test, so you shouldn’t take it in a normal way.”
Do your eyes light up every time you see an algebraic formula? Does your heart skip a beat when someone asks you to find the area of a triangle? Do you look forward to your 8 AM math class, hoping that your teacher gives you a pop quiz on angles or percentages? Probably not. The very thought of studying the pythagorean theorem probably makes you queasy, and the slightest mention of the SAT Math Section is likely to send shivers down your spine. Fortunately for you, we’re here to make the SAT Math Section a little more approachable.
- You need to use the answer choices to help choose the correct answer and move faster.
- When solving problems with variables, quickly try to use random or easy numbers to first solve the problem.
- Learn how to properly interpret word problems, such as through proper variable assignments or through the identification of English to math translations.
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