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Schoolisfun's SAT Mathematics Level II Guide

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  • DECAenthusiastDECAenthusiast 126 replies18 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Thanks for making this :)

    Just out of curiosity, schoolisfun - how did you do on the Math II?
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  • schoolisfunschoolisfun 1103 replies135 threads- Senior Member
    ^I have yet to take it, but Math has always been my forte. I haven't technically had a pre-calculus course, and I have it the second half of this year, after which I will take it. I have my physics SAT in January though. Good Luck to all of us ;)
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  • jessup98jessup98 427 replies35 threadsRegistered User Member
    Moderators, please sticky this. It's accurate and will weed out the plethora of "OMGAZ MATH II!$!!B!J!!!!" threads.

    Thanks for this!
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  • PresidontPresidont 367 replies11 threadsRegistered User Member
    Hi,

    I found a mistake. On the 26th page, one of the problems is:

    f(x) = 2x^2 + 4 for –3 < x < 5. What is the range of f?

    Sparknotes WAS RIGHT. Plot a graph. The minimum value is 4 because plugging in 0 yields 2(0)+4=4. You're squaring the x so you get rid of negatives, therefore 0 is the least value. The maximum value is 54, though.
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  • schoolisfunschoolisfun 1103 replies135 threads- Senior Member
    ^Thanks for pointing that out; my mistake
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  • daretorundaretorun 669 replies18 threadsRegistered User Member
    This is phenomenal, thank you!

    You're brilliant and deserve a wonderful 800 on the test.
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  • BerkeleyHopefulBerkeleyHopeful 188 replies22 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    I've skimmed through the guide searching for a few key things I saw on the Math II test I took in November. I noticed 3 things not covered in this guide but was on my test:
    1. Standard Deviation
    2. Interest Rates (the question asked about them being compounded quarterly)
    3. Probability for independent events (guide is incomplete)

    Together, these 3 topics account for only 3 of the questions so I have to say this guide is pretty awesome. Good Job. I'm going to be studying this for my re-take in December (was aiming for 800 but I omitted about 7 so I know I'm not getting it) and I'll get back to this thread if I find more missing info.
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  • markzillywaymarkzillyway 223 replies60 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    On page 11 the title says "Angles larger than 90 degrees" and it shows a 30 degree angle.

    If we know this entire guide, will we be ready to score a 750+ on the Math 2 exam?
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  • EsatherEsather 28 replies12 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Thank you very much for this!
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  • YellowDaisiesYellowDaisies 708 replies89 threadsRegistered User Member
    Thanks :) You're awesome
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  • umers56umers56 100 replies16 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    woot this is so awesome.

    i m taking the january one and just baught the barrons.

    cant wait to ace math11
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  • fledglingfledgling 4180 replies76 threads- Senior Member
    Just so you all know, I downloaded and read through most of this guide, and I can say that it alone helped me earn a 790 on the Math II test this November. :) Though I could probably have answered the questions on probability if my dad hadn't come in and scolded me for an hour straight the night before when I was reviewing, gah! So as long as nothing like that happens to you guys, you can pretty much be assured of an 800 ;)
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  • RainbowSprinklesRainbowSprinkles 1593 replies110 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    I'm thinking of retaking Math II next week (got 640 last time :( ). If I review this guide, will I get at least 700+? Do you think 1 week is enough time?

    Thanks
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  • markzillywaymarkzillyway 223 replies60 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    I think one week is more than enough time. I got through half of this guide in like 1.5 hours, so it shouldn't take very long to really understand it. It's definitely helped so far. I scored a 650 on the Barron's test without any studying, and can say I would have scored probably in the 700's had I looked at this guide beforehand.
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  • indie500indie500 121 replies75 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Thanks for the help ;)
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  • netsman2415netsman2415 26 replies4 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    haha. i..um.. yeah..
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  • schoolisfunschoolisfun 1103 replies135 threads- Senior Member
    ^lmao funny change you have there Mr.Netsman2415.

    760!
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  • netsman2415netsman2415 26 replies4 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    uh. oh. problem post.
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  • netsrule78netsrule78 5 replies5 threadsRegistered User New Member
    bragger.
    =p
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  • netsman2415netsman2415 26 replies4 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    @schoolisfun: how difficult is SAT Gym Subject test?
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