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SAT Math Practice Test
Start with our first SAT Math practice exam.
This exam is a replica of the actual exam to help you best prepare.
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If you want to practice for the math portion of the exam in an untimed environment, use our practice sets below.
75% of the questions on the SAT math section will be multiple-choice. The other 25% will be student produced response questions.
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There will be 4 main topics covered on the SAT math section:
- Algebra (13 -15 Questions)
- Advanced Math (13-15 Questions)
- Problem-Solving & Data Analysis (5-7 Questions)
- Geometry & Trigonometry (5-7 Questions)
Algebra questions include the following subtopics:
- 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
Advanced math questions include the following subtopics:
- Equivalent expressions
- Nonlinear equations in 1 variable
- Systems of equations in 2 variables
- Nonlinear functions
Problem-solving and data analysis questions include the following subtopics:
- Ratios, rates, proportional relationships, and units
- One-variable data: distributions and measures of center and spread
- Two-variable data: models and scatterplots
- Probability and conditional probability
- Inference from sample statistics and margin of error
- Evaluating statistical claims: observational studies and experiments
Geometry and trigonometry questions include the following subtopics:
- Area and volume formulas
- Lines, angles, and triangles
- Right triangles and trigonometry
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SAT Math Test FAQs
Can you use a calculator on SAT math section?
On the new version of the SAT (digital SAT), you will be able to use a calculator for all questions.
On the old version of the SAT (written SAT), there is 1 section in which you will be able to use a calculator and 1 section in which you will not be able to use one.
What kind of math is tested on the SAT?
The math section covers 4 main topics:
- Advanced Math
- Problem-Solving and Data Analysis
- Geometry and Trigonometry
Are all questions on SAT math multiple-choice format?
No, not all the questions are multiple-choice format. There will be questions that are student produced (student produced responses).
These questions will require you to write in your own answers. About 25% of the questions will be SPR’s.