Posted on January 7, 2013 by Anthony Ritz

In each Reference Sheet, I’ll cover, as succinctly as possible, every rule you absolutely must know to solve problems in a single area found on standardized tests.

Learning these rules isn’t a substitute for developing higher-order problem-solving and strategic thinking skills; rather, it’s a necessary precondition and foundation for all of that strategizing to take place. This Reference Sheet lists the minimum requirements to get your foot in the door. It’s the price of admission.

If you’re taking any test involving geometry, here’s what you need to know about triangles:

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Posted on January 7, 2013 by Anthony Ritz

In each Reference Sheet, I’ll cover, as succinctly as possible, every rule you absolutely must know to solve problems in a single area found on standardized tests.

Learning these rules isn’t a substitute for developing higher-order problem-solving and strategic thinking skills; rather, it’s a necessary precondition and foundation for all of that strategizing to take place. This Reference Sheet lists the minimum requirements to get your foot in the door. It’s the price of admission.

If you’re taking any test involving geometry, here’s what you need to know about lines and angles:

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Tags: ACT, Cheat Sheet, Geometry, GMAT, GRE, Math, SAT

Posted on December 4, 2012 by Anthony Ritz

In each Reference Sheet, I’ll cover, as succinctly as possible, every rule you absolutely must know to solve problems in a single area found on standardized tests.

Learning these rules isn’t a substitute for developing higher-order problem-solving and strategic thinking skills; rather, it’s a necessary precondition and foundation for all of that strategizing to take place. This Reference Sheet lists the minimum requirements to get your foot in the door. It’s the price of admission.

If you’re taking any test involving combinatorics, here’s what you need to know:

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Tags: ACT, Cheat Sheet, Combinatorics, GMAT, GRE, Math, SAT

Posted on September 25, 2012 by Anthony Ritz

Today I’m posting the first installment of a new occasional series for this blog. In each Reference Sheet, I’ll cover, as succinctly as possible, every rule you absolutely must know to solve problems in a single area found on standardized tests.

Learning these rules isn’t a substitute for developing higher-order problem-solving and strategic thinking skills; rather, it’s a necessary precondition and foundation for all of that strategizing to take place. This Reference Sheet lists the minimum requirements to get your foot in the door. It’s the price of admission.

If you’re taking any test involving exponents, here’s what you need to know:

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Tags: ACT, Cheat Sheet, Exponents, GMAT, GRE, Math, SAT