Are you required to take the SAT II? Think it will boost your chances of getting into the college of your choice? No matter what your intentions are, preparation can play a large role in what your final score will be. Filled with the most current and accurate information about the Mathematics Level 1 and 2 SAT IIs, you'll practice with real tests and clear discussion on the topics that will be present on the exam. You'll also receive instructions on how to take the exam, tips, what you'll need to bring, and more. 190 pages, softcover.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 190 Vendor: MacMillan Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 10.75 X 8.25 (inches) ISBN: 0874477727 ISBN-13: 9780874477726 Availability: In Stock
The best way to practice for the SAT Subject Tests in Mathematics
Every year nearly 300,000 high school students take an SAT Subject Test™ in Mathematics Level 1 or Mathematics Level 2. Many selective colleges recommend or require them for admission or placement. The Official SAT Subject Tests Study Guide:For Mathematics Level 1 and Level 2 is the only source of official questions and answer explanations for these exams, and it is the only guide developed by the test maker. In addition to two full-length, previously administered practice tests for each exam level, this book also contains complete solutions, answer explanations, and test-taking strategies.
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