Learn about the SAT math exam format and know the types of questions frequently asked from math topics such as Algebra, Problem Solving, Advanced Math, and Geometry.
Follow our four easy steps to help you conquer the SAT Math calculator and non-calculator portions of the exam on exam day!
Has your SAT math score plateaued at a 700? Are you oscillating between a 650 and a 750? Do you always miss just one question and it’s driving you insane? Here are some tips to push you to a perfect score!
You’re probably no different. As a test taker, prepping for an upcoming ACT or SAT, you’re certainly used to tough choices by now. Life has taught you to compare and contrast, to weigh the pros and cons.
In our previous blog, we explored the topics covered in “Heart of Algebra” and “Problem Solving and Data Analysis.” Now in Part 2, we will go over the topics in “Passport to Advanced Math” and “Additional Topics in Math.”
These broad areas are great for categorizing questions but aren’t so great for detailed studying and knowing what to prepare for. Part 1 of this two-part blog series will explore the topics in “Heart of Algebra” and “Problem Solving and Data Analysis.”