Here's Section 3 of an actual sample SAT from the College Board website (Test 5 of the tests you can download as ZIP files containing .pdfs). I do it in "real time," meaning the time you'd actually have to do it on the SAT, and review the answers I got wrong (yes, I got 3 wrong because of stupid errors!). Here's the video. Hope this helps!
In this video, I cover all the probability and counting strategies you need to know for the SAT and ACT, including a couple of examples of typical SAT and ACT problems. I also cover Venn diagrams, combinations and permutations (which you don’t need to know for the SAT, but it doesn’t hurt to understand them). At the end, I also discuss why casino gambling is a bad idea using probability, and finally show why expecting to win any state lottery is a REALLY bad idea, using the California State Lottery as an example. Lotteries say the money goes to education? Well, hopefully the kids will be educated in why playing the lottery is a really stupid idea.
What to study the day before the SAT and ACT. What to make sure you have. Note: I left it out, but make sure you have your photo ID with you! Here's the video!
A quick last-minute rundown of the things you should know to be prepared for the SAT and ACT, with links to my other videos where appropriate. Click on the underlined sentence to see the video!
Here it is! Avoid the NARF!
An explanation of everything you need to know about the punctuation mark called the dash - and how you can use that information to score higher on the SAT and ACT. Here's the video!
What you need to know about commas for the SAT and ACT. See the video!
Idioms in American English that refer to food or food-related topics, and what they mean in everyday speech. Helpful to know if you're learning English as a second language, or just learning English in general. You might see some of these on the SAT or ACT. Here's the video!
Want to rock the SAT math sections? Worried about algebra problems? Want to "foil" the SAT's pesky math problem tricks? Learn how to multiply binomials using the FOIL method; how to factor using "Reverse-FOIL," and related topics, especially for the SAT and ACT. Tricks for the SAT and ACT involving these methods... in this video.
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