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Date Posted: 06:11:27 09/03/06 Sun
Author: ghady
Subject: Math in the SAT has (well, used to have) nothing to do with highschool..
In reply to: Vickie 's message, "California does have a high school exit exam" on 08:48:59 09/01/06 Fri

It was basic math. More like logic. No trig, no complex geometry, just the typical easy stuff ur expected to have mastered throughout elementary and middle school.

the new SAT (which i didn't take; i did the old one), involves highschool math..

so that explains how she was able to get a good math score..

as for the verbal, however, it's surprising.. cuz the analogies require a lot of "big word" knowledge (which buffy doesnt really have)..

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