Book Title: A Guide to the Math SAT
Publisher: Richard Corn, LLC
Author: Richard F Corn
This thorough review of math topics on the SAT can be used as a standalone text or as a companion to the 8 official practice SAT tests published by the College Board. It contains everything you need to know in order to achieve your full potential on the math SAT. Written by an active math tutor, this book is the latest addition to his math prep books which have sold more than 30,000 copies.
-- The first part of this book is used to fill any gaps you may have in the math needed to answer problems in the official practice tests. Problems in the official practice tests are cross-referenced to math topics in this book. For each topic there is a lesson, homework problems, and answer explanations. The book covers 30 major topics, more than 80 sub-topics, and contains more than 400 homework problems and solutions. Topics are taken from pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and statistics.
-- The second part of the book contains advice about how to prepare and take the two math sections of the SAT. It includes setting a target score, guessing and skipping guidelines, how to optimize your time, and 7 useful problem solving techniques that you probably never learned in school.