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100 Math Tips For the SAT & How to Master Them Now!

Dardine, Trish; Gulotta, Charles

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ISBN 10: 0965326314 / ISBN 13: 9780965326315
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Title: 100 Math Tips For the SAT & How to Master ...

Publisher: Mostly Bright Ideas

Binding: PAPERBACK

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This book does more than teach you how to solve the problem. It teaches you how to see the problem, how to recognize and avoid the traps, and how to think! Even if you hate geometry, have nightmares about algebraic equations, and can't stand the sight of a percent sign, this book will turn you into a fearless giant-killer. Using SAT-style questions to demonstrate one hundred critical concepts, it delivers plenty of straight talk, solid information, humor, crystal-clear diagrams, cartoons, teaching boxes, a very complete glossary, and lots more! Remember: there's math, and there's SAT math. A great score comes from knowing the difference. And if you don't understand that, you need this book! (120 pages)

From the Author:

I've tutored high school students for eight years. I know how boring and exasperating this SAT stuff can be. So I've tried to create books that make the task less intimidating (these books aren't 900 pages), and far more fun than people expect it to be. There's a lot of fooling around, and even some great cartoons. But there's also, I hope, a wealth of valuable information and an approach that comes from the experience of seeing hundreds of students struggle and worry needlessly. The secret is simple: know the content, because all the tricks in the world won't help you get past gaps in your knowledge. And understand how this test works. I believe "100 SAT Math Tips" will help you a great deal in both areas. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. And good luck!

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