2017-07-30 13:12:32

SAT Math practice: Test you skills & improve your math score

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SAT math test simulation to make you comfortable, confident and easy-going for the actual exam.Practice well and do well

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Description

**[Based On SAT Math Practice - Include questions from Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving, Data Analysis, Geometry, Basic Trigonometry, and complex numbers.]**

SAT math test is not difficult but tricky. You need to have the speed and accuracy to get a good score. How much ever you are familiar with the concepts, if you have not applied it yourself then it’s a plan to failure. This is where the math practice helps.

**Why should YOU take this course?**

- The question I have included here based on the new SAT math test model.
- Most of the questions are word problem, which is a key focus in new SAT math test.
**You can take the test as many times as you want**. Question and answers are randomized to give an experience of new test with every attempt.

**Content and overview**

I have designed these math questions by referring Barron’s SAT math guide, college board sat practice tests and Vedic Mathematics book. You will find a good focus on word problems and algebra. But there are varied question across topics like

- Complex number
- Word problem - Function Modelling
- Coordinate geometry
- Coordinate geometry/graphs
- Elementary Algebra
- Elementary algebra - Function
- Functions
- Fundamental Principle of Counting
- Geometry and Measurement
- Graph and Algebra
- Heart of algebra
- Probability
- Quadratic Equation
- Sequence
- Simultaneous Equation
- Statistics
- Trigonometry
- Word problem - Age
- Word problem - Equation Modelling

Each question has a complete solution or hint to solve. Make sure you try to solve yourself first and then only refer to the answers. Because once you take a wrong solution path and then find where you have done the mistake, then your brain remembers the correct solution (almost for ever.).

**So, take this test now to proceed one step closure to your dream college. **

Who is the target audience?

- Anyone who want to practice and improve SAT math score
- Any one who want to test his/her math skills

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