4 themes, 49 chapters, 1,471 exercises
covering SAT curriculum in Math
All the key areas of the SAT of Mathematics are covered in this iTooch SAT Math app including Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry and Statistics. Short and helpful chapter summaries review key facts and over 1,400 example problems give students plenty of practice so that the methodology of working through problems is clear. Thanks to this app, future exposure to complex SAT math structures should seem less daunting.
This app allows you to cover a spectrum of problems; you can make sure you’ve got the basics covered and stretch yourself with some of the more difficult questions. Real-world problems are used in many cases, so that the importance of learning these skills is clear. It can be used to help students prepare for the SAT and/or review high-school level math concepts in general in a fun and interactive way.
Loaded with thousands of questions, apps cover official educational curricula & comply with Common Core State Standards.
This app creates great game dynamics and incentives, so that the user always wants to progress further in the application.
Apps embed a blackboard and a calculator for students to write and calculate directly on the screen without having to leave the app.
A lesson summary is attached to each chapter, to underline the core concepts students should know to answer questions.
Move instantly from one screen to the next. Stop waiting for information to load from a server: bandwidth is no longer an issue.
Apps automatically sync in the background in order to load new activities whenever an Internet connection is available.
SAT Math author, Hannah Kirk, is a British mathematics graduate with a professional background in research. She holds a BSc Economics and Mathematics from the University of the West of England and an MSc Econometrics from the University of Manchester. Her research interests revolve around international development issues. Hannah has experience as a private tutor of mathematics for pupils undertaking the equivalent high school graduation exam in England.
SAT Math editor, Eileen Heyes has a BA in journalism from California State University, Long Beach. She wrote and edited at newspapers for 30 years while trying to decide what she wanted to be when she grew up. She is the author of three nonfiction books for teens and two mysteries for children. In learning the storytelling craft, she has studied screenwriting and improv, earned a certificate in Documentary Arts, and volunteered in the street cast of a Renaissance Faire. She takes it all back into the classroom as a writer-in-residence with the United Arts Council of Wake County, North Carolina. Originally from Los Angeles, she now lives in Raleigh with her brilliant husband and one of her two interesting, articulate sons.