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Tag Archives: PSAT Math
What to Expect on the Revised SAT: Math
The College Board claims that the Revised SAT Math will “require a stronger command of fewer, more important topics.” Considering that I personally managed to get two liberal arts degrees without ever having to demonstrate my ability (or lack there … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – The Greatest Integer
This week’s PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack focuses on the values of integers, with particular attention being given to the values of negative integers. If you’re not careful, it’s very easy for a mental error to cause you to miss an … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT Math Attack – Raised to the (1/2) Power
Today we will be looking at an SAT Math sample question of the gridin variety. As the only questions on the test (aside from the essay prompt) that are not multiple choice, the gridins can seem intimidating, but it is … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Super Bowl Sunday
The PSAT/SAT & ACT are notorious for asking complicated questions about seemingly simple concepts; this is one reason the PSAT & SAT Math sections can be so difficult. Following College Compass’ Math Sample Questions will help you understand the concepts behind … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Number Properties
“If xyz = 0 and x < y < z, which of the following CANNOT be true?” A) x^2 = z^2 B) xy = yz C) xy > 0 D) xz > 0 E) yz > 0 When multiplied, three … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Two Problems Today
1) 2 times a certain number is 4 less than the number, what is the number? 4 2 1 2 3 Explanation: The first step is to express what you see in words in a mathematical equation you can … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Percent of Integers
The PSAT & SAT are notorious for asking complicated questions about seemingly simple concepts; this is one reason the PSAT & SAT Math sections can be so difficult. Following College Compass’ SAT Math Attack series will help you understand the … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Ice Rink Party
To rent a room for a party at an iceskating rink, the charge is $50 per hour plus $2 per person attending the party. Which of the following functions represents the charge, in dollars, to rent a room at the … Continue reading
PSAT/SAT & ACT Math Attack – Geometry
Geometry Problem #1 The PSAT & SAT are notorious for asking complicated questions about seemingly simple concepts; this is one reason the PSAT & SAT Math sections can be so difficult. Following College Compass’ SAT Math Attack series will help … Continue reading