Minh's passion for helping students succeed grew during his time as a career counselor at the University of California, Irvine. Now, he's helping students all over the world by spilling SAT/ACT secrets through blog posts on Magoosh. When he's not busy tutoring or writing, he enjoys playing guitar, traveling, and talking about himself in third-person.
The new SAT math section tests you on so many different topics. Here’s where to start if you are aiming for a 600 SAT score.
Crossing the threshold from the 600s into the 700s is a very big accomplishment in SAT Math!
You take an ACT practice test for what seems like the millionth time. You feel really good about it this time, and you start to compare your answers with the answer key.
The new SAT math section is less tricky and more straightforward than the old SAT. But this doesn’t mean there aren’t tricks to solving challenging problems.
If the new SAT math section looks all Greek to you, don’t worry – it’s not. Magoosh is here to give you the inside scoop on how to decode the most frequently tested concepts on the new SAT.
This week, we will be going over the 4 topics that the SAT test makers have broken down the New SAT math section into.