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# SAT Math Exam

## SAT Math Exam

**Gain a thorough knowledge of all the maths concepts covered in the SAT exam. Start Today!**

Each year, more than two million students take the SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test). Nearly every college in America uses the test as a common and objective scale for evaluating a student's college readiness. This free online course from ALISON contains sample math problems similar to the ones you will find in your own SAT test. If you have problems solving any of the questions then watch the video lesson to get an explanation. This course is ideal for any students who are sitting the SAT math exam.

## Course **Features**

#### Video

High

#### Audio

None

#### Animation

None

#### Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

#### Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

#### Language

EN

#### Learning Outcome

#### Modules in SAT Math Exam

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## SAT Math Exam

Gain a thorough knowledge of all the maths concepts covered in the SAT exam.

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## Comments & Reviews

Ahmed HelmiEgypt very good 2014-08-10 15:08:38Ahmed HelmiEgypt thank you 2014-08-10 15:08:18Muskan KapilaUnited States of America This is great! 2014-07-26 00:07:51Michael BaptisteTurks and Caicos Islands Good examples with clear working given by lecturer. 2014-06-15 03:06:31WENDY ROTHWELLUnited States of America ONE angle is 2 TIMES THE SECOND ANGLE therefore ONE angle is 2X where X is the SECOND angle 2011-10-10 18:10:37Jeannette ChurcheyUnited States of America If one angle is two times the second angle then it is shown as x and 2X. The third angle is 20 more than the second angle. Then wouldn't the third angle be 2x+20? If it were x-20 as he shows then that is saying the third angle is 20 more than the first angle. It clearly says the second angle which is 2x making the third angle 2x+20. Any insight? Am I looking over something? 2011-07-24 01:07:10