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First, it’s a good idea to discuss general SAT math philosophy a bit.

- Be NIMBLE
- Easy questions are more important than hard ones
- Recognize patterns
- You don’t need a super-fancy calculator

Then, you should probably take a drill or two to see about any weaknesses you should work on.

Then you should go through all the concepts and techniques I think are really *crucial*.

- General techniques
- Basics
- Algebra
- Geometry

And then, you should hit some of the less common and more difficult question types.

- Patterns
- Absolute values
- Counting
- Probability
- Prime factors and perfect squares
- Corresponding coefficients in equivalent polynomials

Hungry for more? Try the archive of Challenge Questions.