After you are done with the math as specified in this tip. Double check your units, double check your units. Several students make mistakes such as writing minutes instead of hours and ultimately end up with wrong answers. It is very important to prepare yourself against hasty mistakes when it comes to tables and graphs. […]

## Write the math out

Write the math out!… If you are required to find the relationships between two things, then look very carefully at the relationships between 4-6 pieces of information and write out the pattern such as two xs and two ys. In case you are looking for some variable then write out the equation. If you are still […]

## Find the areas of the table that the question asks about

Find the areas of the table that the question asks about! … An exam will come up with questions that will try to confuse you by adding a lot of information into the graphic. Here you need to act smartly and check what the question requires from you. Then, encircle the area in the table […]

## Add information from the question

Add information from the question! … The written problems come on an exam might have some information that the figure does not have. Therefore, all you need to do is write in angle measurements and fill in the extra information. Other than that, there is no need to try to remember it. Last Updated On […]

## Scan before reading the question

Scan before reading the question! … Though it might encourage you to jump right into the question, especially if you are short of time. But avoid doing that. The question on test will make no sense if you ignore the context that the given figure provides you. You may end up reading the question, even […]

## Evaluating Functions and Graphs

These are some of the important tips which students must keep in mind while evaluating functions and graphs, practicing it more will give an important grip resulting in a good increase in pace For evaluating a function f(x) for a specific value of x, substitute that value everywhere you see an x. For a number […]

## Maths Shortcuts

In this post, we will discuss some useful maths shortcuts, Most of the students have quite a good sense of the squares of the first 15 integers are. You might get confused when it comes to 13’, 12’, 14’. Have a look on the following square of integers. 12 = 1 22 = 4 32 […]

## Quadratic Formula Song

Here in this post, I will try to help you remember the quadratic formula using quadratic formula song trick. Many students find it very difficult to remember the quadratic formula. The formula is unfortunately not given in the SAT or other competitive maths exams hence there is no second choice except learning the formula. A […]

## Multiplication Tips

The multiplication tips given in this post is very useful as these tips help students solving one of the common problems in doing mental multiplication is many students forget that multiplying larger numbers require breaking those larger numbers into more practical pieces. For example, if we see 17×6, you might think that 17 is a huge […]

## The Quadratic Formula Song

Many students find it very difficult to remember the quadratic formula. The formula is unfortunately not given in the SAT exam hence there is no second choice except learning the formula. A very popular song Pop Goes the Weasel has saved a number of students in their math’s tests. Also, there are so many versions […]