|By Frs (Frs) on Saturday, July 10, 2004 - 10:15 pm: Edit|
I haven't taken the SAT's yet, however I got a 1330 on the PSAT, and on the "One-on-One" program from Collegeboard I got a 1360, 700 verbal 660 math, which is really weird, 'cause I'm a math person and am doing fine in calculus. However, I guess it's not that surprising as I haven't taken geometry in a few years and took it distance learning extremely quickly. So I basically need a book (aside from 10 Reals) to improve my math score, specifically the geometry part. Thanks in advance.
|By Benzinspeicher (Benzinspeicher) on Sunday, July 11, 2004 - 12:27 am: Edit|
calculus doesn't have much to be with SAT math, which is more basic math that measures thinking and speed; 660 is fine, but if you want to improve to 750+ (which you can) you need to buy SAT I 1600 Kaplans which will have all the hard problems (plenty of geometry) that you can practice; also, work on eliminating carelessness; good luck!
|By Frs (Frs) on Sunday, July 11, 2004 - 08:19 am: Edit|
Ok, thanks. Is there a general consensus that that's the best book for math?
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