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My philosophy is that one needs to be over-prepared rather than under-prepared. For this reason I design harder-than-average Math problems. Loads of practice will enable you to feel at home and comfortable when you face your computer screen or blank paper on the test day.

Do not study too much right before your exam. Time yourself - even if your head will hurt. Do not be afraid to study as much as you can! Even when you do practice questions, leave out the harder ones first and complete the easier ones. Remember, the best strategy to getting the perfect SAT Math score is to come back to the most difficult questions later. The good news is that you will not be penalized for the wrong answers. Your raw score (before conversion to the overall section score) will be dependent only on the correct answers.

Do not panic if you do not understand certain topics or problems. I am here to help you understand any Math concepts you missed during your prep. It is my job to deliver the best possible explanations to any Math problems you may find on the actual test day. For this reason I recommend you to practice as much as possible online. Read more about HOW TO IMPROVE AND GET A PERFECT SAT/ACT SCORE.

New SAT Exam Breakdown

Reading Test (65 minutes) - 52 multiple-choice questions that are based on passages. These passages may or may not be accompanied by graphs, charts, or tables. There will be two science passages (or a pair of two passages) that focus on developments in Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Biology. No Math skills will be tested on the Reading test.

Writing & Language Test (35 minutes) - 44 multiple-choice questions that are based on passages. The passages may or may not contain mistakes associated with punctuation, usage, or sentence structure. You will revise or improve these mistakes by using the answer choices provided for each question.

Math Test (80 minutes) - 58 multiple-choice and student-produced response questions that are entirely devoted to Math. Topics include Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability, Statistics, Data & Graphical analysis, Algebra, word problems, and more. The test is split into two sections, one requiring the calculator, and the other without the calculator.

Essay - this is an optional section of the exam, but may be required by some colleges. You will have 50 minutes to read a given passage and write a response. The response will describe and explain how the author of the passage develops an argument to persuade the reader. Supporting evidence from the passage must be used to produce a convincing response.

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