Adam Groden By: Adam Groden
SAT Math Practice Test

Use our SAT math practice test below to study for your exam. We have included multiple practice exams for you to use.

Our questions cover topics that you will be tested on. Use the answer explanations to better understand those complex topics.

Summary: Use the SAT math questions below to study. If you want additional assistance, use a SAT prep course.

We have listed 6 different practice tests below. Each exam includes answer explanations at the end.

The answer explanations will help you learn how to solve problems and solve them in a quicker manner.

If you are looking for practice exams for other subjects, visit our SAT practice test home.

You can also use our SAT study tips for additional help.

The SAT math section includes 2 sections:

  1. No Calculator Section – 20 questions, 25 minutes
  2. Calculator Section – 38 questions, 55 minutes

SAT Math Overview

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You will have a 5-minute break between the no calculator section and the calculator section. It is important to use SAT math prep to prepare for the no calculator section as many students struggle with this section.

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Most of the questions are multiple-choice questions, but 22% of the questions will be responses produced by students (also known as grid-ins).

There will be 4 main topics tested on the SAT math section:

  1. Heart of Algebra (33%)
  2. Problem Solving and Data Analysis (29%)
  3. Passport to Advanced Math (28%)
  4. Additional Topics in Math (10%)

Heart of algebra includes subtopics like:

  • Linear equations and linear inequalities
  • Interpreting linear functions
  • Graphing linear equations
  • Solving systems of linear equations

Problem solving and data analysis includes subtopics like:

  • Ratios, proportions, and rates
  • Precents
  • Units
  • Table data
  • Various graphs
  • Linear and exponential growth
  • Data inferences
  • Data collection and making conclusions

Passport to advanced mathematics includes subtopics like:

  • Solving quadratic equations
  • Interpreting nonlinear expressions
  • Radicals
  • Polynomials
  • Nonlinear equation graphs
  • Linear and quadratic systems
  • Functions

Additional topics in math includes subtopics like:

  • Volume
  • Working with right triangles
  • Congruence
  • Angles
  • Trig functions
  • Working with circles
  • Complex numbers

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Can you use a calculator on SAT math section?

There is one section that you can use a calculator and one section that you cannot use a calculator. These 2 sections are separate and you will have a 5 minute break between them.

Are there breaks between the 2 math sections?

Yes, you will have a 5-minute break between the calculator and no calculator section.

Are all questions on SAT math multiple-choice format?

No, not all the questions are multiple-choice format. 22% of the questions will be “grid-in” questions. These are questions in which a student will need to provide the answer.