The SAT I Reasoning Test is widely used in colleges throughout the United States as a screening device for student admission. This guide is designed to help high school teachers assist their college applicants in preparing for this crucial test. The book provides an overview of the SAT I Test and a selective review of mathematics taught through elementary algebra and geometry. Curricular issues addressed include: what to teach, how to present it, and what consititutes the best possible setting.
The importance of students' development of accuracy and speed is stressed throughout, and specific problem-solving strategies and short-cuts are presented in detail along with instructions for advising students on how and when to use them - and when it's best to guess.