“The SAT can make a question like, ‘What does 2 + 2 equal?’ seem difficult.”
I always wondered how the people on the other end of the line interpreted that statement. I could see it going one of two ways…
But was his statement accurate? What does it really mean?
It’s true that the SAT can take relatively simple concepts and morph them into something more difficult, but characterizing it the way my coworker did is somewhat disingenuous. Let’s look at a more instructive example:
When we see this type of question, our brains think…
It’s impossible to find the value of x and y in the question above. There isn’t enough information. However, there is exactly enough information to find the value of x divided by y. Check it out:
This is just one example of ETS’s machinations. There are dozens. When you work with us, you’ll learn about them all.
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Til next time,