AVE's SAT Math Cognition

SAT Math Cognition is available for immediate download for $35.


To view a sample page from SAT Math Cognition, please click here.

System Requirements
Instructions for Purchasing

SAT Math Cognition FAQs

Additional Information for Education Professionals



SAT Math Cognition

Throughout America, Europe, and Asia there is increasing demand for SAT preparation that goes beyond such simplistic techniques as “plug-in” and “backsolve”. More and more students are seeking not just decent scores, but scores that can open doors to America’s most competitive colleges.

SAT Math Cognition is a resource for SAT tutors and teachers, as well as highly motivated students. This digital text consists of step-by-step walkthroughs for the math questions in the practice tests in the College Board’s Official Study Guide for the New SAT. The techniques shown are the “real” techniques: the fastest, most efficient techniques available. These are the techniques used by the world’s best, and are similar to those taught in AVE’s highly regarded Advanced SAT Seminars.

If you are an SAT tutor who trains students who are serious about attaining perfect SAT Math scores, you will find the best explanations and strategies here. If you are a student who is training to get a perfect SAT math score, this is the most important SAT preparation tool you can buy. In the year since its release, it has become the preparation tool that AVE uses more than any other. In fact, nearly all of AVE’s intermediate and advanced students use SAT Math Cognition.

SAT Math Cognition is available for immediate download for $35. It includes answer explanations for all 8 practice tests in the College Board's Official SAT Study Guide for the New SAT. It also includes a supplementary packet on Combinatorics, which most high schools do not adequately teach.

To view a sample page from SAT Math Cognition, please click here. The page contains solutions to problems found at the end of Test 7. Click here to view an entire section.

System Requirements

You must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader. It can be downloaded for free here. Please check the sample page to make sure that you will be able to view the Sat Math Cognition files.

Instructions for Purchasing AVE's SAT Math Cognition

1. Click on the "Order Now " button at the bottom of these instructions.

2. Click the "Checkout" button on the next screen.

3. You will then be forwarded to Paypal to process your payment. Enter the requested information.

4. Once the payment has been processed, you will receive one or more confirmation emails. One of these emails will contain a download link.

5. Click on the link, which will take you to a download screen. Follow the instructions.

6. Once you download it, run the file. It will extract to several pdf files. These files are SAT Math Cognition.

7. You should receive the file within one hour. If you do not receive the file within 24 hours, please email help@arvinvohra.com and include "SAT Math Cognition" in the subject of your email.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can SAT Math Cognition be used without the Official Study Guide for the New SAT?
Sat Math Cognition contains explanations, not the questions themselves. It can not be effectively used without the Official Study Guide for the New SAT .

Does AVE offer any similar products for the Critical Reading and Writing Sections of the SAT?
AVE is currently considering developing such products.


Additional Information for Education Professionals

Methods used in AVE's math cognition are similar to those used in the rest of AVE's programs. Solutions are based on fundamental principles, and avoid reliance on unnecessary formulas. For example, an explanation may show a student that a sector of a circle with a 60 degree central angel is 60/360, or 1/6, of a circle. It will not encourage a student to memorize a formula such as (area of the sector) =(central angle)/360*pi*r2. The methods may be equivalent, but most educators would agree that there is all the difference in the world between them.

At the same time, inefficient techniques such as "plug-in" and "backsolve" are avoided. Students learn how to actually solve problems, not simply figure out what the answers are likely to be. This encourages development of mathematical reasoning skills while strengthening core knowledge.


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