The PowerScore SAT Math Bible Flash Cards
In the PowerScore SAT Math Bible, we offer dozens of tips, tricks, and strategies for improving your accuracy and pacing on SAT Math questions. We also explain tested content and how that content applies to the test. These flash cards were created to help reinforce the instruction from the book, but they can certainly help all students prepare for the SAT. By memorizing and understanding the definitions, formulas, and benchmarks in this deck, you are sure to improve your speed, your efficiency, and ultimately your test score. PowerScore offers these flash cards to you FREE, as a study aid and an introduction to the powerful SAT Math Bible.
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DIRECTIONS FOR PRINTING FLASH CARDS:
Follow these directions to print your own set of flash cards:
For printers capable of double-sided printing:Make sure that you have letter-sized paper (8½“ x 11”) in the printer tray. For more durable flash cards, use heavier paper or cardstock.
Select the 2-sided option from your “Print” dialogue box. Click “Print.”
For printers that print on only one side of the paper:Make sure that you have letter-sized paper (8½“ x 11”) in the printer tray. For more durable flash cards, use heavier paper or cardstock.
In the “Print” dialogue box, locate the selection box for “Page Ranges.” Begin by printing the odd pages. Some printers will allow you to select “Print Odd Pages;” on others, you must enter the actual page numbers (1, 3, 5, etc.) separated by a comma in the field for “Pages:.” Click “Print.”
Once the odd pages print, place the paper back in the printer so that the blank side will now be printed on (this usually means placing the blank side face up, but all printers are different. You may need to experiment with your printer prior to printing these large files). Go back to the “Print“ dialogue box, and either select “Print Even Pages” or manually enter the actual page numbers (2, 4, 6, etc.) into the “Pages:” field. Click “Print.”