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From the Back Cover SAT* MATH LEVEL 2 SUBJECT TEST CRASH COURSE? GET A HIGHER SCORE IN LESS TIME Late getting started? Facing too many tests? Use this course to learn the most in the least time! Study Only What You Need to KnowREA?s Crash Course for the SAT* Math Level 2 exam is based on an in-depth analysis of the SAT* Math Level 2 Subject Test and actual test questions. It covers only the information tested on the exam, so you can make the most of your study time. Expert Test-Taking StrategiesDeveloped by math teachers with many years of SAT* Subject Test experience, this SAT* Math Level 2 Crash Course presents detailed, test-taking strategies and tips. By following the authors? expert advice, you can boost your score in every section of the SAT* Math Level 2 Subject Test. Key Terms You Must KnowKnowing the right terminology can make a real difference in your score. That?s why we include the key terms and concepts you need to know before taking the SAT* Math Level 2 Subject Test. Free Online Practice ExamOur full-length online practice exam includes every topic and type of question found on the SAT* Math Level 2 Subject Test. It offers timed testing, automatic scoring, and detailed explanations of answers. Helpful diagnostics pinpoint where you?re strongest and where you need to focus. Join us on Facebook: Read more About the Author Linda Hardman has over 25 years of educational publishing experience, including positions as Vice President of Math Product Development for Harcourt Achieve and Vice President of Educational Technology for Prentice Hall. As an author, Ms. Hardman is an award-winning leader in content development and assessment strategies. Dr. Virginia Ogozalek is a freelance mathematics writer with extensive experience in developing preparation materials for standardized tests including the SAT?, GRE, and GMAT. Dr. Ogozalek is a Professor Emeritus at Worcester State University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she has taught courses in developmental mathematics. Dr. Ogozalek holds advanced degrees from the University of Southern Maine, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Northeastern University, and Harvard University. Read more See all Editorial Reviews