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Topics include Coordinate plane Writing linear equations Comparing values on the coordinate plane
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Topics include Coordinate plane Writing linear equations Comparing values on the coordinate plane
Ready for a little riddle? Sure you are! I'm going to list seven phrases, three words each. Without looking it up, I want you to tell me what all twenty-one (7 times 3) of these words have in common. There is only one right answer. Ready? Piff! Paff! Puff! Knisper! Knasper! Knusper! Pim! Pam! Pum! Riks! Raks! Poks! Cric! Crac! Croc... read more
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Standardized test math doesn't behave like normal math. On a normal math test, your knowledge of the concepts and material is being tested, using (hopefully) fair test questions. On a standardized test, though, they're looking for you to think outside the box, to apply math concepts and algorithms to unusual situations, and to really understand what they're looking for and find the quickest way... read more
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Point B has coordinates -4, 3. The y coordinate of point A is 8. The distance between point A and B is 13 units. What are the possible coordinates of point A?
Alas! You have to take the GRE in order to get into the program of your choice. Keep in mind that if you do not prepare well, you may have to take the test again, which will cost you probably around $200 or more. If you do not prepare well and it sets your studies back a year, that could cost you a year of earning potential in your lifetime. That's not a fun math problem. Maybe you need that extra... read more
Normally, an equation has a single solution when it contains only one undefined variable. For example, take the equation 3x + 7 = 19. 3x + 7 = 19 [original equation] 3x = 12 [subtracted 7 from both sides] x = 4 [divided both sides by 3] This is one case of a larger trend in algebra. As I've... read more
The general form for a box-and-whisker plot is really easy. Let's take a simple data set. 8.2, 15.9, 12.8, 7.4, 24.7, 23.2, 9.6, 7.9, 8.3, 10.2 First, we need to take those data and put them in numerical order. When we do that, this is what the data set looks like: 7.4, 7.9, 8.2, 8.3, 9.6, 10.2, 12.8, 15.9, 23.2, 24.7 [Note: Any computer... read more
Summer is the best time to start studying for college/career entrance exams. Since there is no school and homework, you will not feel overwhelmed when it is time to study. Studying for just an hour a day, 5 days a week, will increase your chances of getting a higher score and you will still have time to enjoy the summer. Alternate subjects weekly. Familiarize yourself with all the subjects... read more
Having worked with hundreds of test-takers on standardized exams over the years, I have tutored students of all abilities and levels of commitment to their studies. Most students want to know how many hours of tutoring are necessary to achieve the results they desire. While there is no single number of hours uniformly required for all students, for all exams, I do recommend as a rule of thumb... read more
The GRE Verbal Reasoning Test Written by tutor Matthew M. The Verbal Reasoning measure of the GRE consists of two sections. The test taker has 30 minutes per section to answer 20 multiple choice style questions presented in a variety of formats. Examples and discussions of each type of question can be found below. The Verbal Reasoning measure serves as a way to evaluate essential aspects... read more
The GRE Quantitative Reasoning Test Written by tutor Jana P. Welcome to WyzAnt's lesson on GRE Quantitative Reasoning! Is this lesson, you will learn tips and strategies for performing well in this section of the exam. Remember, preparation can make a real difference in your score … and your future! Let's get right to it! Quantitative Reasoning Content What is GRE Quantitative Reasoning... read more
For anyone that is preparing or thinking about preparing for one of the standardized 'high stakes' tests (you know which ones) -- the SAT, GRE, GMAT, ISEE, SSAT, and so on -- there's something you really should know about test development. But first consider this. Wouldn't it be sensible for tests to discover what your strengths are and what you do well in? Of course! But... read more
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The GRE Analytical Writing Test Written by tutor Matthew M. The GRE Analytical Writing measure includes two separate writing tasks: the Analyze an Issue task (or Issue task), and the Analyze an Argument task (or Argument task). For each task the test-taker is given 30 minutes to complete a written response. The purpose of the Analytical Writing section is to measure critical thinking and... read more
Introduction to the GRE Written by tutor Katherine F. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test is a test used by many graduate and business schools as one factor in the admissions process. According to the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the test, "The GRE® revised General Test features question types that closely reflect the kind of thinking you'll do -... read more
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What would cause this? I understand that stress can cause one to get sick on test day or after test and am used to that, but have never experience this in studying for any other test included SAT,and...