41 Test Prep Tutorials
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This is question 6 from Lesson 1 of my book The Scholarly Unicorn’s SAT Math Advanced Guide. Topic: Heart of Algebra Subtopic: Solving Linear Equations Level: 3
The key to solving this problem is to isolate the variable on one side and then solve.
Some people fail the GED test, EVEN THOUGH THEY KNOW THE SUBJECT MATTER WELL, because they are not physically and mentally prepared for the test on the day that they take it. Here are some tips to help you to be ready to test on the day of your test.
let f1=A*B/f2 , f2=B-f3/C , f3=C+2tan(X)…. suppose value of parameter A,B,C and X is given and the question ask the value of parameter f1. Here for your simplicity I have written the expression for f1 , f2 and f3 but what i am trying to convey that hundreds of such expressions you would have remembered…
This problem demonstrates many of the important trigonometry principles that are essential to master for the math portion of the SAT. I look forward to helping your child master these core principles, and to helping them reach their academic goals.
The goal of this problem is to provide an example in the critical thinking required for the SAT testing and perhaps other testing systems you may encounter through your adulthood from College Entrance and placement to the ASFAB. This question will require you to think carefully about its phrasing.
What is a homophone? What are some words that are homophones? and what are words that are spelled the same called?
Most students find that no matter how much they study for the SAT, the essay section still seems daunting. In this short tutorial I will show you a simple outline that will guarantee you full points on this section!
When taking the English portion of the ACT, students will run into questions in which a sentence is grammatically incorrect and they will need to choose the best option to change it. Often, two of these answers are actually grammatically correct, however, one will be more simple, and one will often add details or extra…