<p>Ok, so, I've been getting frustrated recently at my poor math performance. Over the past 6 weeks or so, my CR score has risen from 670 to 750, my WR score has hovered around 740-770, and my math score, which started at 760, continues to hover between 670 and 690. . . . </p>

<p>I've analyzed my errors, and, well, they're weird. . . . Yesterday, after reviewing my notes on the RR math section, I tried 20 practice questions from the BB. I went slow, I didn't do any of the work in my head--I followed RR's advice, which was the same advice that got me to the 760. So, I missed three questions:</p>

<p>First error: The question said to find the equation for a line with a **y intercept of 2** and an **x intercept of 3,** yet, from the moment I read it, I thought it was the reverse: so I picked the equation with an x intercept of 2 and a y intercept of 3.</p>

<p>Second error: I was to choose a function that represented a situation. I assigned numbers to the variables and then tested all of the choices, A-E, and found that choice A was correct. After testing the other choices, to make sure my process wasn't flawed, I was satisfied and filled in B--they looked similar and I forgot which one I got as my answer. . . .</p>

<p>Third error: I subtracted 9 from 16 and got 5, and so chose the ratio 3:5 instead of 3:7.</p>

<p>Any advice....? lol</p>