SAT® Clue Game
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The fun way to study for your up-and-coming SAT® Mathematics Exam
When you want a unique way to prepare for the SAT® math exam, this game fits the bill. Based on the age-old challenge of solving a humorous mystery by obtaining clues about the culprit, weapon, and location. You will need to know your math to solve this one.
The goal of the game is to predict the direction of your life by establishing the college you will attend, your future occupation, and the location in the world where you will settle down. Will you go to Penn State, become a hairdresser and live in Paris? Or will you attend M.I.T., become a bartender, and live in Nome Alaska? The only way to determine these questions is to play the SAT® Clue game and solve 87 preparation problems for the mathematics SAT® exam.
Written by Dr. Sheldon Goldberg, a former educator who specializes in helping students raise their math SAT® scores, and edited by Stu of MasterMathMentor, this game will help you improve your scores by focusing on the four areas that play the biggest role in a wide range of college majors and careers: Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math, and Additional Topics in Math. Problems are identified as to the specific mathematics skill required and difficulty level as well.
The student version of the game is absolutely free. That gives you 30 sets of three problems with instructions how to play. See below to download the free version.
Detailed solutions to the game are available as a web download or in paper format.
SAT® Clue Game
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