SAT for high schooler with math IEP
Hello: My daughter has an IEP in math, and takes math at Tilden. She just completed 10th grade. It took her 2 years to complete Algebra 1 at Tilden. She will start Geometry in the fall. She has dyscalculia. I am concerned that she has not have completed enough math to be able to do the more complicated problems on the SAT, by next fall, and not necessarily by next spring. I'm also concerned that she just won't get a very good score, because of the anxiety of having to do math problems under pressure, especially if she has not covered the math before. Other then math, she is a very good student, so the worst case scenario is that she will have a good verbal score and a very low math score. I've also been told that she won't qualify for a UC because she will not have completed the necessary math classes. What have other parents done in this scenario? Do you explain a very low math score to the colleges? If so, how?