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DSAT Practice w/ Near-Perfect Scorer

## SAT Math

Joseph C

LIVE
We will be going over strictly Problem Solving and Data Analysis. We will have a quiz on this domain.

Examining Practice Test 2 w/ a 1540 scorer

## SAT Math

Sergio L

LIVE
Math Module 2 P2

Master the DSAT Geometry Section

## SAT Math

Tenzin C

LIVE
🌟 Lines, Angles, Triangles, & Trigonometry 🌟
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Build a strong foundation in these core concepts 🏗️📏
Practice with test-like questions to get ready for the real deal! 📝🎯

October SAT R&W Prep

Jimin H

LIVE
[W2, D2]
-Standard English Conventions (tips and tricks & practice problems)

[1560 Tutor] Advanced SAT Math From Zero To Hero - All Concepts, Desmos Techniques, Materials.

## SAT Math

Long T

LIVE
Algebra Foundation - Not taken from the Question Bank - From Zero To Hero (Desmos Techniques Included)
📚 1 Practice Set
📊 5-7 Concepts Covered
🧮 Desmos Calculator Techniques

🔢✨ 30-Day SAT Math Challenge: Solve 10 Problems a Day! 🧮🚀

## SAT Math

Sri Vamsi R

Thu Sep 19, 10:00 PM

Welcome to our 30-Day SAT Math Prep Challenge! In today’s session, we’ll focus on 10 carefully selected SAT Math practice questions, walking through step-by-step solutions and discussing strategies to tackle similar problems on test day. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and solidify your understanding as we work together to sharpen your math skills. 💡📊
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Come prepared with your calculator, a notebook, and a focused mindset! Let's continue making progress toward SAT Math success! 🎯👩‍🏫

SAT Math

## SAT Math

Aarya N

Thu Sep 19, 11:00 PM

In this session, we will focus on problem-solving and data analysis skills. We’ll work through questions, starting with solving them by hand to build a strong understanding of interpreting data, analyzing graphs, and applying mathematical reasoning. Then, we will use the Desmos calculator to explore different approaches and verify our solutions. This session will help you develop effective strategies for managing time and accuracy when working with data-driven questions on the Digital SAT.

SAT Math for Beginners (w/ 770 scorer)

## SAT Math

Ashley J

Thu Sep 19, 11:00 PM

This session will cover the topic of Algebra on the SAT.

SAT English hardcore prep for November from 770 scorer

Ilina C

Fri Sep 20, 12:00 AM

This session will be solely dedicated to grammar, grammar rules and practice grammar questions

Road to a 1500+ | with a 1550 DSAT scorer.

Jake H

Fri Sep 20, 12:00 AM

1. Warm-up practice questions of "Craft and Structure"
2. DSAT R&W - "Expression of Ideas"

session

## dSAT math questions and practice

Jack B

Fri Sep 20, 1:00 AM

Pull up and ask ur questions or we can just practice together :)

Summer Grind - SAT Math Prep with a 790 Scorer

## SAT Math

Alan C

Fri Sep 20, 2:15 AM

SAT Math review

DSAT Math Hard/Problems Review (with a few sessions in reading and writing)

## SAT Math

Jerry L, Divya N, and 3 others

Fri Sep 20, 3:00 AM

Problems review

500-600 Range, Aiming for 700+ R&W!

Deepankar T

Fri Sep 20, 1:00 PM

We'll work through any questions you have! Additionally, we can also cover a short lesson on any topic on R&W!

Fri Sep 20, 2:30 PM

﻿Standard English Conventions
﻿Boundaries+Form, structure, and sense
(Continued)

Intensive DSAT R&W: Going from a 400-500 to a 750+ (from an 800 scorer!)

Richie A

Fri Sep 20, 2:30 PM

We'll be discussing our final topic, Transitions.

SAT Math prep with a 790 scorer: 1 week intensive practice

## SAT Math

Samreen K

Fri Sep 20, 3:30 PM

Geometry and Trigonometry { Theory + easy & hard Questions }

DSAT Math Hard/Problems Review (with a few sessions in reading and writing)

## SAT Math

Jerry L, Divya N, and 3 others

Fri Sep 20, 4:00 PM

challenging problems

SAT R&W topic wise deep dive: beginner to advanced

Ishaan P

Fri Sep 20, 4:00 PM

Office hours for any doubts you may have.

session

## Geometry and Trigonometry- Circles

Mildred I

Fri Sep 20, 5:30 PM

We'll go through practice questions involving circles!

Statistical Computing with R programming

## Other Topics

Timur S

Fri Sep 20, 6:00 PM

Beginner introduction to R programming language.
Basic concepts, writing variables, reading files.
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Way to 800 - Experienced tutor with students scoring 1500+

## SAT Math

Abhinav M

Fri Sep 20, 7:00 PM

1️⃣ session - We'll start off with introducing one another and go over the first half of some Medium - Advanced level Algebra topics and finish off with some questions

SAT math prep for October SAT

## SAT Math

Gabriela V

Fri Sep 20, 7:00 PM

In this session we will go through algebra concepts and then do a set of questions together so that you can solidify what we just learned

800 in 30: The Digital SAT Math Sprint

## Other Topics

Ayodeji A

Fri Sep 20, 8:45 PM

I don't know yet. Probably a test with a review. You can still sign up for now.

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Welcome to the SAT Prep Subworld!
You should learn / tutor in the SAT Prep Subworld if:
• You missed the publish/register deadline for SAT Bootcamps
• You're a learner scoring outside the 400 to 690 range for Math and/or Reading & Writing
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Note that, if you want to participate in SAT Bootcamps, those happen in the SAT Bootcamp Subworld!
You should learn / tutor in the SAT Bootcamp Subworld if the following things are both true:
• You want a more structured 4-week tutoring series
• You are scoring consistently within the 400 to 690 range for Math and/or Reading & Writing
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