Explanation for Pg 543 question 2 of blue book. Thanks.
Can you solve #11 on p.455 in the blue book?
Can you please answer question #8 on page 454 in the blue book for test #2?
On page 452 in the blue book for question number 2 can you help me solve? I know it is a easier question.
Hello , I have question on blue book page 406 number 24 (critical reading section) the answer is (E)emphasize the author’s position but can answer also be (d) suggest a focus fr further research ??
I’ve touched upon inference questions in an earlier post (remember: ask yourself WHY something was written, not just WHAT is written). But logic-based inference questions get their own special article because they are a more specialized and advanced subcategory of inference questions. These questions truly test if you know WHY something was written. They don’t (more…)
Special nerd note: #20 in Section 4 is pretty much my favorite Guesstimate question of all time. The College Board’s latest The Official SAT Study Guide with DVD is exactly the same as the 2nd edition, except that it comes with a DVD containing a bit of extra content. I can see the utility in the SAT timer it includes, (more…)
This breakdown is meant to help you analyze and categorize your mistakes after you’ve taken Practice Test 3 in the Blue Book. The whole idea is that the best thing you can do to improve your score is to understand your weaknesses, and then drill the hell out of them to make them strengths. Click (more…)
This is straight out of the PWN the SAT Math Guide, except I’ve deleted the page number references and inserted links to certain techniques. View the breakdown of Blue Book Test 1 here. § p # Techniques and concepts Diff. 2 452 1 Patterns 1 2 452 2 Ratios 1 2 453 3 Read the (more…)
I broke down every Blue Book test when I wrote the Math Guide. In the book there are page numbers instead of links, obviously. The idea here is that you can take a test, and use the results from that test to really identify some weaknesses. Then you drill those weaknesses before taking another test. (more…)
I designed the Math Guide to be read (and worked through) cover-to-cover alongside the Blue Book, but it’s never been my philosophy that test prep is a one-size-fits-all kind of thing. You don’t have to work through the book linearly to have a successful experience with it. Jump all over the place, if that suits you. (more…)
In the Blue Book, about this common: Screengrab from the PWN the SAT Math Guide I’m not saying you need to plug in numbers for each (or even most) of these. But I am saying you should be aware of how often you have the option.
I recommend anyone who’s planning to prepare for the SAT purchase The Official SAT Study Guide (you’ll see me refer to it a lot on this site simply as the Blue Book), but that doesn’t mean I think it’s the world’s greatest prep book. In fact, I find the whole first half of it to be (more…)