<p>As the title says, how do you review your BB math questions that you get wrong. What is the most effective way to make sure that I never make a mistake on that type of problem again?</p>

<p>Understand the underlying logic. Why did it take you so long? Why couldn't you think of this logic? Was it an algebra/geometry/arithmetic question? Review the related section, or at least the part you're lacking in. You get the point.</p>

<p>but my question is how should i review those types of questions? Like what exactly do I do? Most of the questions I get wrong is because I don't know the material or I hadn't thought of it like that.</p>

<p>You simply don't have enough basics I suggest following Khan</a> Academy

On algebra,Geometry,Arithmetic,etc. Then once you have the basics done you should start solving and seeing the logic behind the question.</p>

<p>I did the following I covered topics from:</p>

<p>Arithmetic -> Prelagebra -> Algebra -> Geometry. Plus watching other stuff on pre calculus/calculus/trignometry videos,If your not on schedule for your SAT I suggest also watching them,because it will improve your logic(good learning too),but if you have certain schedule then you just cover those topics,since the SAT I tests on algebra and geometry only.</p>

<p>then he also solves the SAT tests on his videos,but you need to get solid understanding first I think.</p>

<p>^ by doing that what was your score before you started doing that, and what was your score in math after you did all that?</p>

<p>My score was 550 I jumped to 750,but I had 3 month preparations in order to do that jump.

That was me though because our school didn't teach us good math I had to study it myself to get that score maybe you can do in less time than me.</p>

<p>You many find this thread helpful.</p>