What test should you take? One competitive test for future math majors is the advanced placement Calculus test, however, many excellent students augment that with the SAT Math 2 test to show further interest in this specialty. High school students who did not have the AP experience are encouraged to take the SAT Math 2 test if their intended college requires it. It will have a stronger component of algebra and functions and pre-calc. However, if you are looking to save both money on tuition and fast track thru some of the easier Biology courses you are encouraged to take the CLEP Algebra test which offers by far the easiest three college credits which are accepted currently 2,900 colleges. CLEP Pre-Calculus is also another way to avoid tuition costs and leap frog to more advanced courses plus earn those three credits! What's inside? XAMonline true to format study guide prep material reviews all essential content chapters including: All the same topics that are on SAT Math 1 are on SAT Math 2. The weighting is stronger 50% Algebra rather that 40%, with less emphasis on Geometry on SAT Math 2. You will also have a little trigonometry on this test. Last, you once again will see data analysis, statistics and probability on the test and in the XAMonline detailed study guide. Two full length sample tests give accurate opportunities to blend your learning with the text content and then test a second time to keep on pace. Two Sample test experience Time management is one goal of test prep. Become acquainted with directions and the format. The XAMonline sample test experience will expose you to each question type, and cover the range of topics which are distributed and weighted just like the test. XAMonline sample tests are simple to use and understand so that you just don't test yourself, you have a place to find the answers back inside the content.
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|Size: ||6.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781607875925 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|