Author: Simon Jang, Ph. D.,Simon Jang Ph D,Tiffany T. Jang,Tiffany T Jang M S,Jennifer Jang,Justine Jang
View: 4884Dr. Jang's SAT 800 Math Workbook provides all the material you need to know to get a perfect score on the math section of the SAT exam. It was designed for students of any level to get an excellent math score on the SAT in a short period of time by helping them focus on the content required for the test and the skills to tackle the questions quickly and easily. This book divides the required content knowledge into three chapters. Within each chapter, all necessary sub-concepts are given in-depth instruction as well as numerous practice questions provided to mimic those on the actual SAT. Each section has questions grouped into three levels: easy, medium, and hard. Problem solving tips and answers are located to the right of the problem. This makes it easy for students to references the answer but can be easily covered if the student wants to attempt the problem first before consulting the solutions. In addition to a thorough overview of materials, this book provides over 1500 practice problems for students to reinforce their understanding of the material and pinpoint their weak areas you need to improve on. This book also showcases proven advice that aid in the critical thinking and problem solving process. The ten SAT math mock tests located at the back of book closely mimic the actual exam and provide even more practice. By taking these mock exams with a timer under test-like conditions, students will be even more prepared to master the real test. The redesigned SAT, which will be launched in 2016, will increase its focus on data analysis, problem solving, algebra and the topics leading into advanced math. The top score will return to 1600, which includes 800 points from the math section. The problems in this book help you prepare for both versions of the SAT. Working on the problem solving skills section in this book will help you build up a strong sense of intuition for when you need to make educated guesses on problems you do not immediately know how to solve.