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Looking for a little help with the SAT Math section? In this video, Magoosh’s SAT expert Chris explains the Distance-Rate Formula! You don’t have to be scared of these question types anymore, once you’ve got the Distance-Rate Formula in your pocket! Watch the embedded video below, or scroll down for a full video transcript. 🙂 […]
Taking standardized tests like the SAT can be expensive. Here at Magoosh, we believe everyone deserves an equal shot at academic achievement, no matter what’s in your bank account. We’re excited to share this comprehensive list of free SAT resources, including eBooks, practice tests, flashcards, study plans, and more!
If you want to maximize your SAT Reading score, you’ll need some SAT Reading practice! Our experts give their best tips here.
Want to boost your score with SAT math practice? Our experts have all the advice you need for your new SAT math practice, as well as a few bonus questions for you to get started.
Need some SAT Writing and Language practice to get a great score? The good news is that this section of the test has lots of patterns. The even better news? Our experts are here to help you identify them, and guide you through your SAT Writing practice!
Regular practice, even for an hour or less each day, is key to improving your SAT score. Get your daily dose of SAT with Magoosh’s SAT Question of the Day!
Wondering how to study for the SAT when you have only a month to go ? Check out our One Month SAT Study Schedule, a comprehensive day-by-day guide to help you prepare for the test!
With the big recent changes to the SAT, you might be feeling a little out of the loop if you already put in practice time with the old SAT format. Not only is the format different, but many of the types of questions asked are even a little bit different, especially on the new SAT […]
Below you’ll find some algebra practice questions like the ones you’ll find on the New SAT Math section.