PSAT Question of the Day, 7/7/20: "A scatterplot shows the relationship between two variables...A line of best fit for the data is also shown. At x = 10, how much less is the y-value of the data point than the y-value predicted by the line of best fit?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, M4 #16)
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Help me out with a quick math practice problem!
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Steps in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Competition (Source: NMSC Website)
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Updated SAT and ACT Test Dates, 2020-2021 Academic Year
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PSAT Question of the Day, 6/29/20: "The first dot plot represents data set P, which has 13 data points: one of the data points is an outlier. The second dot plot represents data set Q, which has 12 data points ... Which of the following statements is true?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, M4 #15)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 6/20/20: "If Car C is traveling at a constant speed, after how many seconds will Car C be the same distance from the wall as Car A ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Sec. 4 #14)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 6/12/20: "How many seconds after being placed on the track will Car B reach a point 105 cm from the wall?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Sec. 4 #13)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 6/7/20: "In this context, what is the best interpretation of the number 10 in the function A(x) = 30x + 10 ?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Section 4 #12)
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SAT and ACT Test Dates, 2020-2021
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Fall SAT registration opening May 28
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The Top Linked Domains on r/PSAT (source: subredditstats.com)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 5/12/20: "If (x,y) is the solution to the system of equations x + y = 9 and x + 3y = 13, what is the value of y?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, M4 #10)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 5/6/20: "What value of n satisfies the equation 2n+ 5 + n = 5 +2n - 7?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Sec 4. #7)
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PSAT Question of the Day, Cinco de Mayo 2020: "The given data set (0.9, 1.0, 1.1) shows the masses, in grams, of three pebbles. What is the mean mass, in grams, of the three pebbles?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Sec. 4 #6)
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PSAT Question of the Day, 5/7/20: "The 500 students in an online course were asked how many online courses they had previously taken. (...) If one of these students is selected at random, what is the probability that the student had previously taken 3 or more online courses?" (Source: 2019 PSAT 8/9)
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r/PSAT (blue) vs. r/SATACTprep (orange) subscriber count, 2013-2020
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I am the top poster of all-time on r/PSAT (and it's not even close), even though I have only been actively contributing to the subreddit for the last year.
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PSAT Question of the Day, 5/4/20: "Maria lives in England, where the currency used is British pounds. Maria received a gift that was worth 90 US dollars. (...) Which of the following is closest to the number of British pounds the gift was worth?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Section 4 #5)
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(P)SAT Question of the Day, 5/1/20: "In a random sample of 50 West High School students, 14 students have a pet. If 500 students attend West High School, which of the following is the best estimate of the number of West High School students who have a pet?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9 Math #4)
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(P)SAT Question of the Day, 4/30/20: "The line graph shows the number of days hail was reported in El Paso, Texas, each year from 1990 to 1997. According to the graph, on how many more days was hail reported in 1992 than in 1995?" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Section 4 #3)
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r/SATACTprep vs. r/PSAT subscriber count, 2013-2020
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(P)SAT Question of the Day, 4/28/20: "A satellite is orbiting Earth at an altitude of 480 kilometers. What is the satellite’s altitude, in meters? (1 kilometer = 1,000 meters)" (Source: 2019 October 15 PSAT 8/9, Math Section 4 #2)
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Called It! Way to steal my "essentially unmoderated" catchphrase, u/ParadoxicalCabbage.
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The heavily biased toward UWorld sidebar of r/SAT, as of today, 4/29/20.
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Well that was fast.
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Should I use this book to study for the PSAT?
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Draw your own conclusions.
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Juicy Subreddit Drama. Next in line for a takeover by the Reddit admins? r/PSAT.
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Look out behind you, r/PSAT.
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Has anyone noticed the recent moderator shakeup at r/SAT? u/Donald_Keyman and u/InternationalistGam went from being the #2 and #3 moderators, respectively, to being the last two moderators on the totem pole. Conspiracy theorists and those with inside knowledge of the subreddit: what happened?
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