The SAT Test Prep market is flooded with so much material and methods of "beating" the SATs that students are often overwhelmed by it all. They often find it difficult to take away from the dense Test Prep guides what they actually do need to know to succeed in the Math portion of the SAT. Teachers often lack the time (we never have enough, do we?) to put together, in one handout, a summary of what they know their students need to know. This 11-point summary is an ideal handout for your student studying for the SATs or PSATs. It touches upon the wide variety of SAT Math questions covered in the current SATs and outlines simple and easy-to-understand approaches to these questions. These methods will help a student successfully tackle most SAT Math problems and build their confidence in their abilities. The more they use these approaches, the more they will succeed.
My name is Vidya Forrester, and I have been teaching high school Math for 13 years. I have taught SAT test prep for 10 of those years.