Top 50 Skills for a Top Score SAT Math - McGraw-Hill
It’s simple. The questions that will appear on your SAT are predictable. Every SAT has a few function questions, one or two ratio questions, an average question, etc. While each of these topics is broad and could be the subject of a whole mathematics course, the SAT always tests the same concepts!
In this book, I will teach you exactly what you need to know. I will introduce each topic and follow it with drills. After each set of drills, check your answers. Read and reread the solutions until they make sense. They are designed to simulate one-on-one tutoring, like I’m sitting right there with you. Reread the solutions until you could teach them to a friend. In fact, do that! My students call it “learning to channel their inner Brian Leaf.” There is no better way to learn and master a concept than to teach it!