McGraw-Hill's SAT Subject Test Math Level 1, 3rd Edition

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February 3, 2012


Electronic book text, 368 pages


0071763368 / 9780071763363

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Expert guidance on the SAT Subject Test Math Level 1

Many colleges and universities require you to take one or more SAT II Subject Tests to demonstrate your mastery of specific high school subjects. McGraw-Hill's SAT Subject Test: Math Level 1 is written by experts in the field, and gives you the guidance you need perform at your best. This book includes:

  • 7 full-length sample tests updated for the latest test format
  • 25 top test items to remember for test day
  • Glossary of tested math terms and formulas
  • Everything you need to know about the SAT Subject Test in Math Level 1: testing requirements, when to register, how scores are reported, and more
  • Diagnostic test to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses
  • Sample exams and problems designed to match the real test in content and level of difficulty
  • Step-by-step review of all topics covered on the exam
  • Practice tests just like the real SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 1
  • Test-taking tips and strategies

Table of contents

Part I. About the SAT Math Level 1 Test 1.Test Basics 2.Calculator Tips 3.Diagnostic Test Part II. Math Review 4.Algebra 5.Plane Geometry 6.Solid Geometry 7.Coordinate Geometry 8.Trigonometry 9.Functions 10.Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability 11.Number and Operations Part III. 6 Full-Length Practice Tests

Author comments

John J. Diehl is Chair of the Mathematics Department at Hinsdale Central High School in Hinsdale, IL. He has been a grader of AP Statistics exams and is a member of the AP Statistics Test Development Committee. He has led hundreds of workshops and state, regional, and national convention programs in all areas of secondary mathematics. In 2003, he received the Siemens Aware for Excellence in Advanced Placement Teaching. In 2004, he was elected President of the Metropolitan Mathematics Club of Chicago.

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