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How to Use Your Mind by HARRY D. KITSON, PH.D.
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The Winners' Guide to SAT Math - Part I
This core Guide is an absolute MUST if you aiming at 2200+

The Winners' Guide exclusively covers Algebra, Arithmetic, Sets & Geometry

FULL coverage of ALL topics & sub topics starting from the basics

PLUS nearly 200 fully solved problems covering each chapter of the above topics

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    SAT Math is easy!  Well that is what Joe thought when he was preparing for the exam.

    But he knew better when he missed a perfect score because of some silly mistakes in the Math section.

    And from my personal experience, I can say that a lot of students with Math/science background feel
    the same way.

    On the other hand, there are students who shudder at the very thought of facing a math problem.

    Well, neither of these approaches are conducive to a high math score.

    What is required is a thorough study of the fundamentals, a basic grasp of the concepts, and
    developing an ability to apply these concepts to the SAT type problems.

    Then comes the ability to solve a SAT problem in multiple ways, the ability to use shortcuts when
    stumped, and the ability to guess intelligently.

    Whether you are a novice or a math expert, you do need to brush up /build up your fundamentals, and
    then go on to the tougher problems.

    And this is Exactly what the 'Winners' Guide to SAT Math helps you do.

    It helps you to develop a solid understanding of the underlying concepts, builds upon this understanding
    by providing various different types of examples, exposes you to alternative ways of looking at a
    particular problem, and finally shows you how to use shortcuts.

    Unique Features of the  Winner's Guide to  SAT Math - Part I

All Theory & Questions based around the Actual SAT questions that have appeared on these topics in
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200 pages with Over Two hundred Solved problems with detailed explanations.

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    Table of Content


    -Arithmetic mean
    -Weighted Arithmetic mean
    -Geometric mean
    --Average Speed
    -Short Cut to Calculate Average Speed
    -Practice Problems

    -Graphical Representation of Alligation
    -The Cross Method
    -The Straight Line Approach

    -Importance of Base for Calculations
    -Concept of Percentage Change
    -Difference between the Percentage Point Change and the Percentage Change
    -Calculating Percentage Values through additions
    -Percentage Change Graphic
    -Effect of a Change in Both Numerator and Denominator on the Ratio
    -Practice Problems

    -Worked Out Problems

    -Time Value of Money
    -Practice Problems

    -Important Properties of Equal Ratios

    -The Concept of Negative Work
    -Work Equivalence Method
    -Practice  PROBLEMS

    -Relative Speed
    -Boats and Streams
    -Circular motion

    GEOMETRY : Lines, Angles & Triangles
    -Straight Lines
    -Important Terms

    Geometry: Polygons & Quadrilaterals
    -Regular Hexagon
    -Geometry: Circles
    -Properties of Circles

    -Cube of side s
    -Frustum of a cone

    SETS & Venn Diagrams
    -Different Ways of Representing a Set
    -Types of Sets
    -Operations on Sets
    -Set Algebra
    -Some Important Results
    -Practice  PROBLEMS

    -Properties of Inequalities
    -Definitions of slack inequalities
    -Certain Important Inequalities
    -Some Important Results
    -Solving Linear Inequalities in one Unknown
    -Solving Quadratic Inequalities
    -System of Inequalities in one Unknown
    -Inequalities with Absolute Value Function
    -Practice Problems

    -Linear Equation With One Variable
    -Simultaneous Equations
    -Quadratic Equations
    -Roots of a quadratic equation
    -Relation between roots and coefficients
    -Equations reducible to Quadric Equations

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    You will find this book invaluable not only for your GRE prep, but also for life at the Business
    School and beyond.

    Among other things in this seventy page book, you will learn about:

    Formation of Study Habits

    Brain activity during study

    Aids to memory

    How to retain attention over long periods

    How to become interested in a subject

    Bodily conditions for effective studying

    ......... and much more.