For SAT multiple choice math questions you want to be familiar with the directions of the test, and familiar with the information that they give you in that little key in the beginning of every math section. There are some helpful diagrams and math concepts that you may want to use in solving the questions. You also want to make sure you have a calculator that you're comfortable using, and that is set in degrees rather than radians. In addition, for SAT multiple choice math questions, whenever they give you a question that doesn't have a diagram, a geometry question let's say, you want to sketch yourself a little diagram so that you can visualize the question that's being asked. If the maths question does provide a diagram, you want to mark up the diagram as much as necessary, so that you can visualize all of the information they are giving you in the question. On certain algebra questions, it's very helpful to just plug in the answer choices rather than solving the equations. On other SAT algebra questions that give you a lot of variables, you actually may want to give yourself numbers to work with, so that you're dealing with a concrete question rather than one that's more abstract.

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