# Blog Posts

### SAT MATH - Question Of The Day - 24 JAN 2017

How many days will it take you to climb a mountain of height 2760 feet completely if you climb the first half of it with a speed of 2 feet per second and the rest of it with a speed of 1 feet per second?

### SAT MATH - Question Of The Day - 23 JAN 2017

The maximum value of -2x2-3x+5 is _______________ the minimum value of 2x2+3x-5 equals:

### What Is A Good SAT Score For Admission In A Good College?

SAT test aspirants always ask themselves this question when they prepare for the exam. Setting a score to prepare for is a test prep strategy students employ. This blog post explains how a SAT score...

### English Testing: Subject-Verb Agreement

If you are preparing for the SAT exam, doing well in the English section is very important. The subject-verb agreement is an integral part of the test.

### HOW MANY INCHES TALL ARE YOU IF YOU ARE 6.5 FEET TALL

Brush up your MATH skills with basic formulas. Calculate How many inches tall are you if you are 6.5 feet tall.

### SAT Math - Question Of The Day - 18 Jan 2017

When 5 times a number x is added to 9 the result is 24. What number results when 3 times x is added to 2?

### SAT Math - Question Of The Day - 17 Jan 2017

Five times a number is two more than four and half times the number. Three times the number equals

### SAT Math - Question Of The Day - 16 Jan 2017

Carpenter A is 20% faster at his work than carpenter B, carpenter B is 20% slower than carpenter C. If all the three work together, then their combined speed would be what percent more than the speed of carpenter A?

### Seven Best Practices To Confidently Face The SAT Exam

Start following these seven best practices to face the SAT exam with confidence.

### SAT Math - Question Of The Day - 15 Jan 2017

If 2/3 of a class having 1/3 boys are good at math and 3/4 of the girls are good at math, what percent of the boys in the class are not good at math?

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