It is common knowledge that SAT, a globally recognised college admission test, has been redesigned. 500+ Practice Questions for the New SAT has been designed to educate students about the new pattern and make them aware of all the changes that have been introduced from 2016.
The practice questions in this book have more emphasis on higher level of mathematics, evidenced based tests about reading and writing, important reading skills and about the ability do an analysis of global current affairs. The question bank has detailed solutions to it that enable the student to grasp a step by step approach needed to answer them.
Loaded with questions that are now part of the new format of the redesigned SAT, students will get to understand changes made and also acquaint themselves with the new pattern. By studying this book they will know exactly what to expect from the exam this year. It also contains a separate section on comprehension passage, which tests for evidence based reading skills.
Besides being a drill exercise book for SAT, it also serves as an introductory guide about the test itself. The new four choice format change introduced as well as multi step problems, and grammar applications have all been explained as well as practice question have been included. On the whole the book can be used to improve a student’s interpretation and using ability of data with evidence based skills.
A bridge to the world of mathematics for readers who want to gain a good foundation in basic mathematical skills for research and other activities.
This book aims to help students of social sciences, liberal arts, and humanities to develop the ability to analyze and reason mathematically, to model situations and problems, and to be able to infer, present, and communicate their analysis effectively. Mathematical concepts are presented in both historical and everyday contexts to ease their utilization in the real world.
Readers are introduced to the skills of expressing mathematical ideas using the language of sets, logically analyzing arguments and their validity, processing and interpreting data, and using probability to handle the inherent randomness of our world. Chapters dedicated to symmetry, perspective, and art will enable readers to reason, model, and evaluate everyday situations. The book will also increase awareness of how mathematical patterns pervade the world around us.
A.K. Singhal has been mentoring students for major engineering and medical entrance examination for more than 15 years. He has a doctorate degree in ‘synthesis of heavy metal ions’ and has authored several books catering to various competitive examinations.
Dr. Dinesh Khattar, M.Sc., Ph.D., is a Gold Medalist from the University of Delhi. Presently, he is the officiating Principal of Kirorimal College, University of Delhi. He has authored more than 10 books on Mathematics.
A Level GCE
2005 to 2015
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This book offers a discussion of all significant topics including applications and extension of consumer theory; theory of the firm; production, cost and supply; Partial and general equilibrium; welfare economics; uncertainty and information; market imperfection as well as a detailed overview of the theory of games.
It provides coverage of the basic as well as modern aspects in the subject, supported by India-centric examples, data and case studies. Complete with a number of original algebraic derivations and graphical expositions, this textbook will serve as an indispensible companion for students of microeconomics.
This best-selling and highly regarded textbook has been updated to cover the new specifications for AS-Level and A2 Chemistry, and improved with new features and rewritten material to enhance learning and increase accessibility.It covers all the main specifications for the English and Welsh Awarding Bodies, and is particularly suitable for students approaching A-Level from GCSE Science: Double Award.
Chapters open with a topic of general interest covering an application related to the chemistry within the chapter. This helps to set the context and relevance of the subject matter, and make the text more accessible to students. Topics are treated from the beginning, without assuming prior knowledge.
Each unit contains: