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## SAT

### Kurs: SAT > Rozdział 4

Lekcja 10: About the SAT Math Test- The SAT Math Test: What to expect
- SAT Math Test inside scoop: Meet the Maker
- The SAT Math Test: Overview
- The SAT Math Test: Problem Solving and Data Analysis
- The SAT Math Test: Passport to Advanced Math
- The SAT Math Test: Additional Topics in Math

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# The SAT Math Test: Overview

An overview of what to expect on the SAT Math Test

## The SAT Math Test measures your ability to apply mathematical concepts and skills to the types of problems you might see in college and in your career. You'll see one 55-minute section with 38 questions (calculators ok) and one 25-minute section with 20 questions (calculators not permitted).

## Types of math

Questions on the Math Test cover a variety of skills under three main areas.

- Heart of Algebra: focuses on linear equations, systems of linear equations, and the relationships between them.

- Problem Solving and Data Analysis: focuses on ratios, percentages, and proportional reasoning.

- Passport to Advanced Math: focuses on complex equations and functions typically needed in a STEM-based—science, technology, engineering, and math—career.

These questions also can include additional topics in math, like geometry, trigonometry, radian measure, and complex numbers.

The SAT Math Test presents problems and scenarios that you will find in real life from a variety of fields: careers, science, social science, and other contexts.

## What the test looks like

About 80% of the questions on the Math Test are multiple choice. The other 20% are gridded
response. The answer to each gridded-response question is a positive number—e.g., positive
fraction, decimal, or integer—that will be entered on the answer sheet into a grid like this one.

The Math Test will also include reference information. You may find these facts and formulas helpful as you answer some of the test questions, but to do well, you should already be comfortable working with these facts and formulas.

Are you ready to start practicing? Head over to the Math Practice Area and try some problems!

## Źródła

This article was adapted from the following sources:

“Test Specifications for the Redesigned SAT” from The College Board.

“SAT Practice Tests” from The College Board.

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