Tutor profile: Tejit P.
Subject: SAT II Mathematics Level 2
Could you give me some tips on how to get the highest score in SAT 2 Math 2?
Great Question! Since SAT 2 has negative marking, be sure to answer questions that you are sure about and leave all unsure questions circled. - Out of the questions you are sure about, please answer the ones you can do quickly, before the tougher ones. Now, approaching the unsure questions: Start eliminating choices for each question and answer those questions first for which you have been able to eliminate atlas half of the choices Approaching questions in general: ball-parking is a great strategy for a lot of questions. This means that rather than calculating your actual answer, estimate what it could be and chose the option nearest to it. Oftentimes the options are set such that they would leave only one choice with ball-parking
Subject: Python Programming
How can I setup python on my computer and start coding?
Setting up for the language before starting to use it is highly important. To get set up for python, first download python and add its path to your environment variables (an internet search will help, also, of-course I can teach you!) Next comes the IDE. There is a whole host of IDE's out there that can make your python learning experience simple and enhancing. I like to use Jupyter notebooks for collaboration, spyder for basic coding and Pycharm for advance python programs. All three have their respective setup and their respective applications.
What is the correct approach to prepare for ACT paper?
There is no single right approach to prepare for ACT paper. However, couple of pointers are: 1) Prepare using lots of papers, especially past papers. This is important since you have to get used to the ACT paper style and completing questions in the given amount of time. 2) Dedicate 30 minutes every day/every alternate day to the section you are most weak at. If it is english, learn the rules. If it is math, practice 10 questions. If it is reading, read papers (especially NY-Times and New Yorkers, a lot of questions come from there). If it is science, practice finding your easiest question first and answering that! 3) Make a section-by-section note of all questions you have missed in each section. This will help you before the exam when you can glance through your notes and feel confident! These are some of the strategies to prepare for ACT!
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