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This course is designed to simulate as closely as possible the experience of taking the Math portion of the SAT. (Please note that this course does NOT cover the redesigned SAT to be launched in Spring 2016.)
Like the Math SAT, this course has three main sections, each with about 20 questions, from easy to hard, and can be taken in several different ways:
This course has several features to provide maximum flexibility.
Are you a smartphone or tablet user? If so, or if you don't have access to a printer, there is a slideshow version of each of the three sample test sections, where each problem appears fullscreen. Simply swipe to go to the next problem, while working on your looseleaf paper.
Do you want to estimate your SAT Math score? If you choose do a test section under "test conditions" then you can get a rough estimate of your SAT Math score by counting how many problems you got right and got wrong in that one section, then using the score conversion table at the end of the section.
Do you want a more accurate estimate? Simply take all three test sections under test conditions. Then, at the very end of the course, there's an automated spreadsheet that will compute a pretty accurate SAT Math score for you. All you need to do is enter how many questions you answered correctly, and how many multiple choice answers you got wrong, from each of the three sections, and the spreadsheet will do the rest.
Aside from sitting down with an actual SAT Math coach and taking a full practice SAT Math test, you'll get an excellent experience taking this course: SAT Math Walkthrough #1.
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Section 1: Introduction  

Lecture 1  03:37  
This brief video introduces the course as a video coach for an SAT Math practice test. 

Lecture 2  08:12  
This video explains exactly how students can use the course in two main ways: Test Conditions (strict timing, printed bubblein sheet, printed test booklet, grading and scoring) and Problem Videos (Click pause, try the problem yourself, then watch the rest of the video to see the answer and one possible route to a solution). Note that there is a bubblein answer sheet attached to this lecture as a PDF file, and on page 2 is a worksheet for recording one's scores in all three sections of the practice test. 

Section 2: Sample Test Section 2  
Lecture 3 
Getting Started with Section 2

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Lecture 4  23 pages  
For students doing the course on a smartphone, this slideshow "lecture" serves as a substitute for printing the test booklet attached to the previous lecture. This should be convenient for students who'd like to see one problem per screen, or for students without access to a printer. When finished the sample test section, skip ahead to Lecture 26 for grading. 

Lecture 5 
2.1 "If 10 + x is 5 more than 10..."

01:01  
Lecture 6 
2.2 "The result when a number is divided by 2 is equal to the result..."

01:45  
Lecture 7 
2.3 "If this page was folded along the dotted line..."

00:53  
Lecture 8 
2.4 "Lines L and K intersect at point Q. If m = 40 and p = 25 ..."

01:19  
Lecture 9 
2.5 "Which of the following equations is satisfied by the five..."

03:08  
Lecture 10 
2.6 "The circle graph above shows how David's monthly expenses..."

02:22  
Lecture 11 
2.7 "If n and k are positive integers and 8^n = 2^k..."

01:55  
Lecture 12 
2.8 "In a certain store, the regular price of a refrigerator..."

02:25  
Lecture 13 
2.9 "The function f is defined by f(x) = 3x + 4 ..."

01:15  
Lecture 14 
2.10 "What is the greatest possible area of a triangle..."

03:03  
Lecture 15 
2.11 "A total of 120,000 votes were cast for candidates Garcia and PÃ©rez..."

01:43  
Lecture 16 
2.12 "If a positive integer n is picked at random..."

02:25  
Lecture 17 
2.13 "If t is a number greater than 1, then t squared..."

01:25  
Lecture 18 
2.14 "The height of a right circular cylinder is 5 and the diameter..."

02:07  
Lecture 19 
2.15 "If p and n are integers such that p > n > 0..."

04:01  
Lecture 20 
Information for 16 to 18: Map of a town with a firehouse.

00:56  
Lecture 21 
2.16 "What is the mdistance of the building at W from the firehouse?"

01:14  
Lecture 22 
2.17 "What is the total number of different routes that a fire truck..."

03:20  
Lecture 23 
2.18 "All of the buildings in the town that are an mdistance of 3 from..."

02:42  
Lecture 24 
2.19 "If x and y are positive integers, which of the following is..."

03:54  
Lecture 25 
2.20 "If j, k, and n are consecutive integers such that 0 < j < k < n ..."

04:09  
Lecture 26 
Grading Section 2

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Section 3: Sample Test Section 6  
Lecture 27 
Getting Started with Section 6

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Lecture 28  21 pages  
For students doing the course on a smartphone, this slideshow "lecture" serves as a substitute for printing the test booklet attached to the previous lecture. This should be convenient for students who'd like to see one problem per screen, or for students without access to a printer. When finished the sample test section, skip ahead to Lecture 48 for grading. 

Lecture 29 
6.1 "In the sequence 4, 11, 18 the first term is 4 and each term after ..."

01:06  
Lecture 30 
6.2 "If (x  2) squared = 49, then x could be ..."

01:00  
Lecture 31 
6.3 "The average of t and y is 15, and the average of w and x is 15..."

01:50  
Lecture 32 
6.4 "All of Kay's brothers can swim. If this statement is true ..."

02:39  
Lecture 33 
6.5 "In the figure above, triangle ABC is inscribed in the circle..."

01:31  
Lecture 34 
6.6 "Each of the following is equivalent to ..."

02:56  
Lecture 35 
6.7 "In the figure above, AB, CD, and EF intersect at P..."

03:14  
Lecture 36 
6.8 "Based on the portions of the graphs of functions f and g..."

02:27  
Lecture 37 
Introduction to OpenEnded Questions

03:03  
Lecture 38 
6.9 "Dr. Nelson bought 7 oneyear subscriptions..."

01:12  
Lecture 39 
6.10 "Three more than twice a number is equal to 4..."

00:47  
Lecture 40 
6.11 "The table above shows the total number of copies of Book B ..."

01:35  
Lecture 41 
6.12 "If j / k = 32 and k = 3 / 2 ..."

02:51  
Lecture 42 
6.13 "In the system of equations above, what is the value of x + y ..."

01:37  
Lecture 43 
6.14 "There are 25 trays on a table in the cafeteria..."

02:21  
Lecture 44 
6.15 "In the figure above, line L intersects the xaxis..."

01:48  
Lecture 45 
6.16 "If 6 < x  3 <7 and x < 0, what is one possible value for x?"

03:28  
Lecture 46 
6.17 "What is the product of the smallest prime number..."

02:59  
Lecture 47 
6.18 "In the figure above, PQRS is a rectangle. The area of triangle RST ..."

04:37  
Lecture 48 
Grading Section 6

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Section 4: Sample Test Section 8  
Lecture 49 
Getting Started with Section 8

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Lecture 50  18 pages  
For students doing the course on a smartphone, this slideshow "lecture" serves as a substitute for printing the test booklet attached to the previous lecture. This should be convenient for students who'd like to see one problem per screen, or for students without access to a printer. When finished the sample test section, skip ahead to Lecture 67 for grading. 

Lecture 51 
8.1 "On Wednesday Heather ran 3 miles in 30 minutes..."

01:14  
Lecture 52 
8.2 "If (2m)k = 6, then mk = ..."

00:29  
Lecture 53 
8.3 "If 3 times a number is equal to 3 / 2 ..."

00:58  
Lecture 54 
8.4 "In the figure above, CDE is an equilateral triangle..."

01:19  
Lecture 55 
8.5 "On the number line above, the tick marks are equally spaced ..."

01:16  
Lecture 56 
8.6 "If x is the median of the 7 numbers listed above ..."

01:24  
Lecture 57 
8.7 "Two spheres, one with radius 7 and one with radius 4 ..."

01:44  
Lecture 58 
8.8 "Average number of video rentals per premium member..."

02:29  
Lecture 59 
8.9 "In triangle ABC above, AB = AC, E is the midpoint of AB ..."

03:34  
Lecture 60 
8.10 "A student was given a piece of rope and told to cut it into two ..."

01:54  
Lecture 61 
8.11 "Which of the following is the graph of a function f such that f(x)..."

01:31  
Lecture 62 
8.12 "If x = 20 and y = 30 in the figure above, what is the value of ..."

03:25  
Lecture 63 
8.13 "If x and y are integers, 7 < y < 16 ..."

01:58  
Lecture 64 
8.14 "Point O is the center of both circles in the figure above ..."

02:55  
Lecture 65 
8.15 "The graph above shows the number of George's unsold candy bars..."

03:48  
Lecture 66 
8.16 "Let a function of x be defined as x + 1 / x for all nonzero integers ..."

02:37  
Lecture 67 
Grading Section 8

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Section 5: Conclusion  
Lecture 68 
Automatic SAT Math Score Estimator

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Lecture 69 
End Credits

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I've been a full time classroom teacher for almost twenty years, and have significant experience teaching online as well. My "MathWOEs" (WorkedOut Examples) YouTube channel has over 150,000 views, with very positive comments.
My goal as a math teacher is not just to help a student pass the next quiz or test, but rather to foster a true understanding, to build a solid foundation for later math learning.