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This course is specifically designed for high school students who will take the new SAT in March 2016 or later. By that time, the SAT math (and verbal) sections will contain significant changes, so it is paramount that students make sure they are prepared. This course covers the first of the four math "domains" on the new SAT  "heart of algebra".
Students will first review background concepts necessary to answer one of the 9 "heart of algebra" concepts tested on the new SAT. They will then be presented with ALL currently available official SAT math questions that pertain to that particular concept, giving them the opportunity to practice their math skills on actual SAT math questions.
Included in this course are ALL 4 official practice tests for the new SAT, so students do not need to purchase supplementary materials such as The Official SAT Study Guide (2016 edition). This is a 2week course that includes more than 2.5 hours of video instruction and homework assignments after each lesson that help students sharpen their skills.
You should take this course if you are looking to achieve your highest possible math score on "heart of algebra" questions on the redesigned SAT.
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Section 1: Introduction to the New SAT Math  Heart of Algebra!  

Lecture 1  02:32  
Welcome to the New SAT Math course  heart of algebra! I am very excited that you have chosen to prepare for the new SAT by using these videos. Beginning in March 2016, the SAT is changing  which means you will be one of the first students to experience the new test. But don't panic  I am here to help you get ready! First, let's briefly talk about the format of the new SAT math:  Most questions will be multiple choice, but some will be studentproduced responses (gridins)  The math test is divided into two portions: Math Test – Calculator and Math Test – No Calculator  The questions are divided into four "domains"  heart of algebra, problem solving and data analysis, passport to advanced math, and additional topics (which include geometry and trigonometry) This course is dedicated to helping you prepare for questions from the first domain  the "heart of algebra" (don't worry  I teach additional courses for the other three domains)! So how does this course work? In most cases, lectures work in pairs. So, one lecture in the pair reviews the fundamental concepts, while the next lecture presents real SAT questions related to those concepts. Make sure you pause the video before each question presented in the video and attempt the question before moving on! The SAT questions come from 3 practice tests that you should download before beginning the first lecture (located in the "downloadable resources", along with the answer keys). Every lecture has a set of practice questions (and answers), which you should complete immediately after watching the lecture. You should also keep a notebook in which you should write important equations, definitions, and concepts! I recommend completing 12 lectures per day so that you can finish this course in about two weeks. After competing all the lectures, you should download the fourth practice test and complete the questions listed in the concluding lecture. This will give you the opportunity to independently practice the skills you learned in the course on real SAT questions! Now . . . let's begin! 

Section 2: Heart of Algebra  
Lecture 2  08:29  
In this lecture, we will discuss:


Lecture 3  11:27  
By the end of this lecture you will have reviewed the following questions from the first 3 SAT practice tests:


Lecture 4  07:03  
In this lesson, you will review:


Lecture 5  10:23  
In this lesson, you will review how to create, solve, or interpret linear inequalities in one variable on the SAT by reviewing the following questions from the practice tests:


Lecture 6  12:45  
In this lesson, you will review how to:


Lecture 7  16:41  
In this lesson, you will create, solve, or interpret a linear expression or equation in one variable that represents a context on the SAT! We will review:


Lecture 8  17:31  
In this lesson, you will:


Lecture 9  16:02  
In this lesson, you will review how to:


Lecture 10  16:52  
In this lesson, you will review:


Lecture 11  17:04  
In this lesson, you will review how to create systems of 2 linear equations in two variables on the SAT. You will review the following questions from the practice tests:


Lecture 12  13:02  
In this lesson, you will review how to:


Lecture 13  20:46  
In this lesson, we will review how to create, solve, and interpret systems of linear inequalities in two variables on the following questions:


Lecture 14  11:29  
In this lesson, you will review:


Lecture 15  21:07  
In this lesson, you will master the following SAT questions that relate to connections between graphs and algebra:


Section 3: Congratulations  you made it!  
Lecture 16  00:28  
In this final lecture, you will learn what to do next! 
As the proprietor of a local tutoring agency, I have been committed to helping students improve their grades and study skills for the past 12 years. I began tutoring as a graduate student studying biomedical research, and when I awakened my talent and passion for tutoring I decided to pursue it as a full time career. I am now hoping to reach a wider audience by bringing my teaching expertiese and experience online!