Khan Academy Live: SAT Math Class

Need help with SAT math? Join Eric, one of Khan Academy’s SAT experts, for an SAT math class. Eric reviews some of the most important math skills for the test and provides tips on how to avoid careless mistakes. This is an edited version of our livestream from February 22, 2017.

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25 Replies to “Khan Academy Live: SAT Math Class”

  1. The question used as probability example [Time : 9:00], isn’t it ambiguous? As, the question can be as good as translated into required probability = blue triangles/Total no. of shapes

  2. I really wish you used harder questions. there are probably the easiest math questions you could have picked and I wish all of the SAT math was this easy but that’s not the reality of things

  3. Thank you for the explanation, it is very helpful. I am very grateful and thankful to Khan academy and the rest of your team. You are the best! May Almighty God be with you, bless you, protect you, help you, be generous with you, grant you more the wisdom and knowledge.

  4. Ok, so now each time I wouldn’t know the right answer I would mark for “C”. ))

  5. In that poster and wall question, the only option that had difference of 91cm (poster length) was C.
    Would an answer argued like that be accepted? Or actually no explanation is needed, just circle the right one?

  6. I’m in 9th grade but this seems to easy for my grade I wish you would use a bit harder questions

  7. at 9:19 here’s how to answer:
    1. Evaluate the amount of triangles in all. 1+3+4=8.
    2. Look to find out how many blue triangles are there. There are 3 blue triangles.
    3. The probability of selecting a blue triangle is the amount of blue triangles over all the triangles, or 3/8.
    am i right?

  8. this is great but I’m scared of running out of time and that ruins everything for me bc I get bad anxiety

  9. Educators complicate things to much. Go out into the real world, become a cashier, learn to cook, get mad at paying taxes, earn and learn to manage money. That’s how you understand math.

  10. I picked up from our local library the SAT prep guide and practice booklet for
    My 8th grader. Is it too premature to expect her to get familiar with the math without having worked with such formulas? Don’t want to scare her.

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