For Saxon Advanced Math, that's often listed as 1/2 credit geometry and 1 credit pre-calculus. Unless you did a separate geometry course, that's why it takes 1-1/2 years to complete that book - it's really a 1.5 year class, worth 1.5 credits. The study you do for the math section is part of your math credit. OR you can combine all you SAT, ACT prep with other test prep experiences, and then call it a study skills class.
I hope that helps!
Thank you so much for reminding us to focus on one test at at time. It is so easy to get caught up in a testing frenzy! Your comment about reducing English time when preparing for the ACT or the SAT brought a question about math to mind. My son is a sophomore and has now completed Saxon Algebra 1, 2, & Advanced Mathematics. Since he finished the Adv.Math in early January, he's been doing practice problems for the ACT and the SAT math tests for his math work each day. (He'll start Calculus in his junior year.) What's the best way for me to name or describe this math work when I prepare his course descriptions & transcripts? Do I separate it from his Saxon work or group it all together? Thank you so much!
Thanks so much for letting us know the links didn't work! We'll get that fixed up in a jiffy. Here are those links for you:
Choosing Between SAT or ACT
Score Comparison Chart: SAT, ACT, and Percentile
Schedule Test Preparation
Here is a Sample ACT
Here is a Sample SAT
I love your resources and I think this post will be very helpful to us as we get closer to the testing season of life. I would like to look at the Test Prep resources you have linked to, but the links appear to be broken. If they start working, please let me know!
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