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4th grade math strategies for unbelievably high scores on the Math Section of the SAT and ACT®
Both the SAT and the ACT make extensive use of unusual lingo. For example, you will never see the words, “subtract”, “minus,” or “difference” to indicate subtraction on the ACT, but what word do they use when they want you to subtract?
Here’s an example of a Lingo question: Which of the following always represents the units digit of the product of two consecutive odd prime integers less than 11?
d. Information cannot be determined based on the information given.
(Wouldn’t it be helpful to know what the “units digit” is?)
Now there are typically between 4 and 11 Lingo Problems on every SAT ~ representing potentially a stunning 110 points on the SAT. Shows up even more on the ACT. If you can not confidently work the problem in less than 90 seconds with 4th grade math skills, then you need our program.
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