Cracking the SAT Math 1 & 2 Subject Tests

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Random House, Incorporated, 2009 - Mathematics - 526 pages
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The Princeton Review realizes that acing the SAT Math Subject Tests is very different from earning straight A’s in school. We don’t try to teach you everything there is to know about math—only the techniques and information you’ll need to maximize your score. InCracking the SAT Math 1 and 2 Subject Tests, we’ll teach you how to think like the test writers and

·Learn what subject matter will be tested so you can study more effectively
·Review key math vocabulary, basic functions, and equations
·Use proven techniques to solve complicated questions

The 2009-2010 edition ofCracking the SAT Math 1 and 2 Subject Testsalso includes 4 full-length practice tests.

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Each Math Subject Test has SO multiplechoice questions and is one hour long
Moat colleges require two to three Subject Tests bttt they dont always specify
Topics on the Math Level I Topics on the Math Level 2
simple algebraic functions algebraic Functions and graphs

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Jonathan Spaihts was born in 1970. He is a graduate of Princeton University, and by pure coincidence works for The Princeton Review as a teacher, researcher, and writer. In that capacity he has helped to develop Princeton Review courses for the SAT I, SAT II, and a number of other standardized tests.

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