<p>If it doesn't say drawing not to scale, then the drawing is to scale. Learn to estimate by measuring with your pencil lol. helped me on the Nov sat for a law of sines question that I blanked on at the time</p>
<p>i'm only scoring high 500's to 600 on barrons..... :(
which trig identities do i not need to know? cofunction, product-to-sum, half angle, sum to product, etc?
this is going to be my first and last shot at it, so any concepts or formulas would be appreciated. are there any formulas for probability? how do you use the calc for sequences and series problems? 84 btw</p>
<p>Despite scoring 800 on both "Official" practice tests I scored today, I'm not particularly excited for this exam. I totally didn't prepare as much for this test as I ought to have (I bought Barron's but only did one practice test...the tests are so annoying lol and I feel the urge to give up halfway through)...but it seems to always work out that way for me and standardized tests. Hopefully there won't be any topics I've never heard of...and at worst, there's score choice right?</p>