In this video the tutor explains a four strategies for standardize tests, complete with examples of each, explained fully. The first strategy to prepare for the math section of the PSAT, is simply reading the question, and understanding what the question is asking. The second strategy the tutor recommends is that, for some questions, you choose your own numbers. One more strategy suggested is to use the figures and diagrams. The final strategy shown in the video, is to "plug in answer choices." Using these four strategies, and your knowledge of math you will be better prepared for your test.
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