In this series we will be using the 4 SAT tests from College Board’s The Official SAT Study Guide. For each test, the instructor will go through each question in detail, pointing out traps, shortcuts and other tips. The instructor will also cover different methods, if they exist, of solving the problems in order to help students find the methods that best work for them. When problems involving difficult concepts show up, the instructor will review and explain these concepts in detail. It is strongly recommended that the student purchase the reference book or download and print out the tests prior to each video session.
- College Board’s The Official SAT Study Guide ( Free download https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice/full-length-practice-tests )
Ha-Young graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University with a Bachlor's Degree in Mathematics. During his last three years at Columbia, he was a teaching assistant for several undergraduate courses, including Calculus II, Linear Algebra and Topology. He has also privately tutored high school students of varying skill levels both in New York and in his home country of New Zealand, preparing them for mathematics exams and competitions. He has taken a variety of tests and has scored the following: SAT I - Math 800, Critical Reading 800, Writing 800, SAT II - Math II 800, Physics 800, Chemistry 800.