Use our PSAT math practice test below to begin preparing for your exam. The exam is 100% free and mimics the actual PSAT.
Our exam is also updated to match the changes made by CollegeBoard and the new digital version of the PSAT.
PSAT Math Practice Test
Take our first PSAT math practice exam.
This exam has the same number of questions, types of questions, and time limits as the actual PSAT math exam.
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These questions are set up so that you can practice in an untimed environment. You will also be shown the answer explanations after each question so that you can really focus on learning key concepts.
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Most of the questions will be multiple-choice. However, there will be some student produced response questions. These questions will require you to enter in your own answer.
There are 4 main categories tested on the PSAT math section:
- Advanced Math
- Problem-Solving and Data Analysis
- Geometry and Trigonometry
The specific topics tested on PSAT algebra include:
- Linear equations in 1 variable
- Linear equations in 2 variables
- Linear functions
- Systems of 2 linear equations in 2 variables
- Linear inequalities in 1 or 2 variables
PSAT Advanced Math
The specific topics tested on PSAT advanced math include:
- Equivalent expressions
- Nonlinear equations in 1 variable and systems of equations in 2 variables
- Nonlinear functions
PSAT Problem-Solving and Data Analysis
The specific topics tested on PSAT problem-solving and data analysis include:
- Ratios, rates, proportional relationships, and units
- Percentages, 1-variable data
- Distributions and measures of center and spread
- 2-variable data: models and scatterplots
- Probability and conditional probability
- Inference from sample statistics and margin of error
- Evaluating statistical claims: observational studies and experiments
PSAT Geometry and Trigonometry
The specific topics tested on PSAT geometry and trigonometry include:
- Area and volume
- Lines, angles, and triangles
- Right triangles and trigonometry
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PSAT Math FAQs
Can you use a calculator on PSAT math?
Yes, you will be permitted to use a calculator on the PSAT math section.
Are the questions on PSAT math multiple-choice?
The majority of the questions will be multiple-choice. However, there will be some questions that are student produced responses. These questions will require you to input your own answers.
How many questions are on the PSAT math section?
There are 2 modules within the PSAT math section of the exam:
- Module 1 = 22 questions and 35 minutes
- Module 2 = 22 questions and 35 minutes
There are a total of 44 questions with a time limit of 70 minutes.