## Extra SAT Vocabulary – Coagulate

co·ag·u·late kōˈagyəˌlāt/ verb

Coagulate is a verb that means to change from a liquid to a solid or semisolid state. It is often used to describe the way blood thickens into a clot.

Sample Sentence:

I left a can of

## A Straightforward, Simple SAT Math Problem

Sometimes, math problems on the SAT really are as straightforward as they seem. Here’s an example of a problem that should be fairly easy to solve.

In a sequence of numbers, the first number is 6, and each number after

## Extra SAT Vocabulary — Dichotomy

di·chot·o·my dīˈkätəmē/ noun

Dichotomy is a word that is used to represent the division between two things that are completely different. The implication in using this word is that two things are in direct contrast to each other, almost like

## Intuition vs. Methodology: The Difference Between Spending 5 Minutes and 5 Seconds on an SAT Math Problem

Here is an example of a very classic SAT algebra problem. There are two ways to solve this problem; one is very intuitive and simple, but potentially very slow. The other is rooted in simple algebraic methodology