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Category: SAT Trigonometry

Chris Lele

New SAT Math Overview

Unlike the old SAT in which the concepts varied over tests, the New SAT is very specific about exactly the types of questions that you’ll see on test day. While this knowledge might seem academic, knowing how often a certain concept pops up will help you prioritize your prep time.

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Chris Lele

New SAT Video: SOHCAHTOA Part II

If you’ve watched the first part of this series (SOHCAHTOA: Part I), you might be asking yourself the following: Who cares what sine, cosine, and tangent stand for? The answer? YOU! This info will help you ace the new SAT and give you a leg up in your trigonometry class. Watch the video to learn!

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Chris Lele

New SAT Video: SOHCAHTOA Part I

Yes, there will be trigonometry on the new SAT. And while it won’t be easy, the trig covered on the redesigned SAT will be relatively basic, encompassing two main areas: the unit circle and sine, cosine, and tangent. Today, we’ll focus on one of the best tricks of trig: SOHCAHTOA. Enjoy the video!

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Lucas Fink

Trigonometry on the SAT?

If you didn’t already know, you might be happy to hear that the SAT doesn’t dish out any high-level math. I’m not saying that every math problem on the SAT is easy—far from it—but the areas that it covers are meant to be familiar to the vast majority of high school students, regardless of their […]

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