Update 7: Marketing

So I’ve been doing whatever I can to spread the word about the guide. I’ve been tweeting, posting, emailing educational professionals, the works. If you can help out, please do!

Update 5: Initial Version Completed

Last night, I finished the first draft of the guide. It’s 31 pages, with 24 total worked examples. I’m now going to have to enter the process of intense editing and serious beta-testing, so if anyone is interested in test-driving the guide, please feel free to contact me at finthematics@gmail.com.

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Update 3: New Category

This was a big week for me as I decided to create a new category for the more difficult questions — Abstractive Reasoning. I was finding with some of the high critical thinking questions that the High Algebra category didn’t really apply, as the questions required a rigorous logical breakdown but didn’t involve very heavy mathematical technique. A good number of the questions in the second math section seem to fit this category quite well. Additionally, I’ve completed about six more examples since my last post, a few of which required some page reformatting as they contained diagrams. I’m planning on getting through seven more before this upcoming Friday.

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