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I'm frustrated with my SAT Math scores. I know how to do all the problems, but inevitably I end up getting a few wrong because of careless mistakes. What can I do to prevent this from happening in the future?

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I guess the answer is B, but I can't seem to get there - can anyone explain? The smith metal company's old machine makes 300 bolts per hour. its new machine makes 450 bolts per hour. If both machines begin running at the same time, how many MINUTES will it take the two machines to make a total of 90...

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Help with this question would be much appreciated! The answer is supposedly A, but I don't get it. Jackson: 10 Callan: 5 Epstein: 8 Liu: 6 Benton: 8 The table above shows the number of consecutive nights that each of five families stayed at a certain hotel during a 14-night period. If the Liu fami...

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I'm scoring below a 400 on the SAT Math section, and I'm really worried. I would like to get my score up into the 600s if possible. What's the best prep book for me to use to improve my score as quickly as possible?

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I'm applying to some selective schools including Emory, Davidson, Wash & Lee, and U Chicago, and I'm worried about my uneven SAT scores. My superscore is a 2110: 800 CR, 580 Math, 730 Writing. I've sent three scores, and in my last two sittings, I scored exactly the same in CR and Math (800 and ...

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I'm considering buying this book and wondering whether it's actually a good resource to improve SAT math scores. I'm doing ok on math (mid to high 600s on practice tests), but I really would like to get closer to a perfect score. Will it help me?

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I've taken all the practice tests in the SAT Blue Book, and I just keep scoring around a 630 on Math. I usually get thrown off by a question that I don't know how to solve and then that anxiety spills over into the rest of the section. I was really hoping to get my score up to a 700 on the next test...

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I can't figure this one out. What's the answer, and how would I find it? In a certain class, 4/7 of the students are boys, and the ratio of the students older than or equal to 10 years to the students less than 10 years old is 2:3. If 2/3 of the girls are less than 10 years old, what fraction of the...

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I'm having some trouble with this SAT Math question: At a company, there are n more male employees than female employees. If there are k male employees at the company, what fraction of the employees are male, in terms of n and k? a. 1/(2k+n) b. k/(k+n) c. k/(2k-n) d. n/(2k+n) e. (k-n)/2k Can someon...