Please Post 9th Grade SHSAT Subjects For Math/Reading Here and Cutoff Scores. I didn't get to any specialized high schools with a 458   Reply With Quote

2. 9th Grade SHSAT no offer - 543  Reply With Quote

3. Originally Posted by richard.zhao 9th Grade SHSAT no offer - 543
Wait, what was your first choice?  Reply With Quote

4. stuy  Reply With Quote

5. my son scored 598 only to S.I.T (2nd choice) what's the cutoff score for stuy? anyone know?  Reply With Quote

6. Originally Posted by iiNewbie The Reading topics are the same, just the "next step along" given it's a year later.

The Math topics including the previous topics plus additional ones. This is most of them:

For Grade 8 SHSAT (and Grade 9): time, mean, rates, proportions and ratios, slope, linear equations, rational numbers, perimeter, area, volume, circumference, "percent" problems including discounts/taxes/etc, fractions, decimals (including repeating), geometrically similar object and their scaling, number line including scaling and negative units, absolute value, adding and subtracting involving negative and positives, algebra involving one variable of various sorts, rules and truisms involving intersecting lines, circles/triangles/quadrilaterals/polygons/cubes/right prisms, angles and their sums/interior/exterior/within polygons, parallel lines, population inferences, word problems, multi-step solutions, chance and probability including factorials, from lists and data sets, unit conversions, parallelogram, trapezoid, octagon, rectangle, square, order of operations, numeric patterns, prime number, prime factorization, mixed fractions, fraction ordering, conversion to/from decimals/fractions

For Grade 9 SHSAT: graphing/slope/intercept/distance, number line, FOIL, solving linear equations, inequalities, shaded regions, using functions including comparing/rate of change/interpreting/input/output, geometric similarity and congruence, Pythagorean Theorem, right triangles, translations/rotations/reflections/dilations, more slope/coordinates/grids/distances, more cones/cylinders/spheres/volume, radical numbers, exponents, square and cube roots, scientific and decimal notations and conversions thereof, outliers  Reply With Quote

7. Originally Posted by GregsTutoringNYC The Reading topics are the same, just the "next step along" given it's a year later.

The Math topics including the previous topics plus additional ones. This is most of them:

For Grade 8 SHSAT (and Grade 9): time, mean, rates, proportions and ratios, slope, linear equations, rational numbers, perimeter, area, volume, circumference, "percent" problems including discounts/taxes/etc, fractions, decimals (including repeating), geometrically similar object and their scaling, number line including scaling and negative units, absolute value, adding and subtracting involving negative and positives, algebra involving one variable of various sorts, rules and truisms involving intersecting lines, circles/triangles/quadrilaterals/polygons/cubes/right prisms, angles and their sums/interior/exterior/within polygons, parallel lines, population inferences, word problems, multi-step solutions, chance and probability including factorials, from lists and data sets, unit conversions, parallelogram, trapezoid, octagon, rectangle, square, order of operations, numeric patterns, prime number, prime factorization, mixed fractions, fraction ordering, conversion to/from decimals/fractions

For Grade 9 SHSAT: graphing/slope/intercept/distance, number line, FOIL, solving linear equations, inequalities, shaded regions, using functions including comparing/rate of change/interpreting/input/output, geometric similarity and congruence, Pythagorean Theorem, right triangles, translations/rotations/reflections/dilations, more slope/coordinates/grids/distances, more cones/cylinders/spheres/volume, radical numbers, exponents, square and cube roots, scientific and decimal notations and conversions thereof, outliers
thanks a lot greg   Reply With Quote

8. Originally Posted by richard.zhao 9th Grade SHSAT no offer - 543
what were ur 2nd and 3rd choices?  Reply With Quote

9. I put Bronx Science second  Reply With Quote

10. Would anyone liken the 9th grade math topics to the Algebra 1 regents? And is the ELA just a little harder in terms of vocab and difficulty of passages? thanks  Reply With Quote

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