Now that you’ve checked out Part 1, let’s talk about Coordinate Geometry problems on the new SAT, classified under the Passport to Advanced Math question group.
SAT Passport to Advanced Math questions test the skills that lead into the stuff you’ll be doing in calculus and pre-calculus. Check out these practice questions!
Here are some of the test prep strategies that will help you succeed at Redesigned SAT Math.
Below you’ll find some algebra practice questions like the ones you’ll find on the New SAT Math section.
In order to do even rudimentary algebra, you’ll need to understand how to combine like terms and, if the question asks to solve for a variable, how to isolate that variable. Below is a quick review to help you with these basics.
Important stuff first: 27 of the 58 questions or nearly half of the questions on SAT Math will be “Heart of Algebra” questions. Read on for what this means.
Every time you see a pronoun on the SAT that pronoun should be clearly linked to a noun. That noun is what we call the antecedent. Typically, it will come before the pronoun, although not always.
The New SAT Math test has become less tricky, but you’ll see more multi-step problems, more word problems, and a no calculator section.
Click here for Part 1 of this series and here for Part 2. New SAT Vocabulary High Utility Words Part III Here are some more useful words that are likely to pop up in either the reading or the writing section of the SAT. They are useful words that every high schooler should know the […]
Parallelism is important on the SAT. It will help you employ commas more efficiently and understand how sentences are constructed.