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Game the DSAT Math Section (w/ 800 x3 DSAT Math Scorer)

## SAT Math

Abdelrahman A

Tue Feb 27, 4:00 PM

Session 13: Probability Part 1
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We are going to explain all the concepts needed to succeed on all of the DSAT questions pertaining to this skill. It may seem intimidating at first, but with good practice comes perfection.

DESMOS marathon w/ Perfect Scorer!

## SAT Math

Mehull G and Aryan S

Tue Feb 27, 5:30 PM

- Systems of equations
- Intercepts
- Equations
- Minima and Maxima
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Julia H

Tue Feb 27, 6:30 PM

going over the harder module 2 questions for reading. general sat tips and tricks.

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## Command of Evidence practice, primarily quantatative

Nathan H

Wed Feb 28, 1:00 AM

We'll work through practice problems on Command of Evidence, mostly quantitative!

SAT Math

## SAT Math

Abdullah S

Wed Feb 28, 3:00 PM

We will continue what we left off in the previous session.

Game the DSAT Math Section (w/ 800 x3 DSAT Math Scorer)

## Office Hours

Abdelrahman A

Wed Feb 28, 4:00 PM

Office Hours: General Questions about any DSAT Problem
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Feel welcome to prepare any DSAT questions you are struggling on. Hopefully, we aim to answer most of the questions anyone might have. Good luck!

SAT Math Walkthroughs With a 790 Scorer! Getting you to a 750 +

## SAT Math

Prisha B

Wed Feb 28, 10:00 PM

SAT Practice Test 1 Walkthrough Part 2

SAT MATH run down: problem based learning from a 750+ scorer. Getting you to the top 1%

## SAT Math

Hassan A

Thu Feb 29, 12:45 AM

﻿Statistics & probability, along side any questions you would like to go over.

SAT Math Mastery - Complete Guide to 800's from a Perfect Scorer

## Review

Abhay D

Thu Feb 29, 12:30 PM

Review of challenging topics from dSAT, with 780+ Score Range Exam Practice!

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## SAT Poetry

Qi Chen Z

Thu Feb 29, 2:00 PM

In this session we will be going through the poetry type R&W questions with SAT. We will also learn some strategies for analyzing and identifying key elements in english poems, and solidifying our understanding with practice on both Paper-and-Pencil SAT and DSAT questions.

Game the DSAT Math Section (w/ 800 x3 DSAT Math Scorer)

## SAT Math

Abdelrahman A

Thu Feb 29, 4:00 PM

Session 14: Probability Part 2
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We are going to explain all the concepts needed to succeed on all of the DSAT questions pertaining to this skill. It may seem intimidating at first, but with good practice comes perfection.

DESMOS marathon w/ Perfect Scorer!

## SAT Math

Mehull G and Aryan S

Thu Feb 29, 5:30 PM

- Inequalities
- Functions
- Regression
- Number of solutions for quadratics
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Ace the DSAT with a Perfect Scorer!

## Other Topics

Sivanth B

Fri Mar 1, 1:30 AM

We will be doing a practice test at this date, so try to join!

Digital SAT Reading & Writing Prep | With 99+ Percentile Scorers !! 🎉

Helena C and Helena H

Sat Mar 2, 12:30 AM

Words in Context & Text Structure and Purpose

Ace the DSAT with a Perfect Scorer!

## Review

Sivanth B

Sat Mar 2, 1:30 AM

We will be going over any questions the learners have missed in the last practice test and touch up on those topics.

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## DIGITAL SAT MATH

Zihan X

Sat Mar 2, 3:00 AM

We'll be covering the DIGITAL SAT MATH SECTION as well as ANY Questions that you have! Please come prepared to ask! Here's a detailed schedule of the session: 1) Digital SAT Math Practice (35 Minutes) 2) Check Answers (5 Minutes) 3) Go over any questions (20 Minutes)

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## DIGITAL SAT R&W

Zihan X

Sat Mar 2, 4:00 AM

We'll be covering the DIGITAL SAT READING & WRITING SECTION as well as ANY Questions that you have! Please come prepared to ask! Here's a detailed schedule of the session: 1) Digital SAT R&W Practice (35 Minutes) 2) Check Answers (5 Minutes) 3) Go over any questions (20 Minutes)

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## Practice Problems with a 2x 800 scorer

Deeptendu S

Sat Mar 2, 12:30 PM

We'll go over practice problems on Barron's together and resolve doubts.

DSAT MATH CRASH COURSE

## SAT Math

Harsahej D

Sat Mar 2, 1:15 PM

In the first session I will introduce everyone and we will all get to know each other like an orientation. Then we will proceed to the first topic Solving linear equations and linear inequalities and Interpreting them. I will walk you guys through the steps of solving linear equations and inequalities and then we will do a 15 minute practice test.

SAT Math Study Series w/ 800 Scorer

## SAT Math

Alexis K

Sat Mar 2, 3:00 PM

We will cover any questions that come up and then do practice problems off a practice test. We can focus on any specific topics you guys request as well.

Digital SAT Math

## SAT Math

Sky O

Sat Mar 2, 3:00 PM

Mastering SAT Math Topic by Topic w/ Perfect-Scorer

## SAT Math

Pranav K

Sat Mar 2, 4:00 PM

Final test day!
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We'll take two modules worth of math; an easier module and a harder module to simulate the digital SAT.
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We'll also have the same timing on the SAT.
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We'll go over any of the harder problems/any questions you had on our final test.
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I'll also take any final questions before the March 9th SAT.

DSAT R/W Practice Test 4

Dickson T

Sat Mar 2, 5:00 PM

DESMOS marathon w/ Perfect Scorer!

## SAT Math

Mehull G and Aryan S

Sat Mar 2, 5:30 PM

- Number of solutions with constants
- Function translations
- Mean and median
- Equivalent Expressions
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