Your goal is to improve your score, but you first need to understand the basics behind the SAT questions. Doing SAT test questions are not enough, you should also work on the building blocks of mathematics that make up the questions. Thanks to understanding this, Ryan managed to score an 800 and now he wants to help you do the same.
The SAT Math workbook has short explanations of each content area, and a total of 2,500 practice problems arranged in 100 drill sets of 25 problems each. This book is designed to help you practice the skills that need to be refreshed, honed, improved, or just need a little more practice on. By working through the book, and practicing your weak areas, you are guaranteed to improve your SAT result, and your understanding of math itself.
You can work through the whole book front to back, or you can use it to practice areas where you’ve been making mistakes. You can also start with the drill sections (the worksheets) for a topic that you want to review, and then go back and read about the topic if you find you are having trouble.
Who is this book for?
– People who are starting to think about the SAT and want to refresh their skills to get ready to start taking practice tests
– Students who are studying for the SAT already but find they’ve forgotten basic skills and keep making ‘stupid mistakes’
– People who have trouble with calculations, including exponent and fraction rules, and need more practice
– Those who’ve taken the SAT once, done lots of practice problems, and who aren’t sure how to improve
– People who are looking for a detailed tool to quickly and efficiently improve their score by targeting more practice on the question types they’re getting wrong
– Students who are getting a good score but who want more, fast practice problems to stay fresh or build their confidence
– Individuals looking for problems they can do quickly on-the-go, so that they can study while traveling, between classes, or other short bursts of time.
About the Author
Ryan is a senior at de Toledo High School in Calabasas, California and a rising mathematics star. While studying for the SAT Math he discovered that there were no resources helping students with the fundamentals of maths, and since students didn’t revise the basics, they had trouble in the exam – no matter how hard they studied. If they didn’t understand the core topics in the test, or what it was asking for, then they couldn’t score high.
Ryan spent months studying the SAT exam, the questions and the mathematics that was being tested, as well as looking at his peers and why they were having problems. Ryan went on to score 800 in Math (and 1560 overall). But what Ryan discovered while studying was ground breaking – most students were lacking the fundamental math skills needed to answer even the simplest of SAT questions.
He spent his junior year and summer compiling an essential SAT math drills book that would ensure students knew the fundamentals of math inside out. With a strong foundation of mathematics, Ryan helped his peers score higher, and in August 2017 he published his SAT Math Workbook. Within the first week the book became #1 New Release in the SAT Study Aids section of Amazon and is set to help thousands of students score higher in the 2017/ 2018 SAT’s.
In his free time, Ryan can be found tinkering with some new piece of technology, reading sci fi novels, or programming. He is also a math tutor, a member of the speech and debate team, student council and part of the science academy at his High School.