In this episode, I reveal yet another reason to take practice SAT or ACT tests before the real thing. This time, it's to discover whether or not you have learned enough math to excel on the math sections of the SAT or ACT. If last year's zoom-based math instruction was a crap show, you may need to study more than you planned for.
0:01:15 Math content gap
0:03:03 Test optional policy rationale
0:03:23 Curse of the rising COVID junior
0:04:40 Impact of pandemic on math
0:05:40 Repeat 10th grade math?
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