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Curious what types of questions you'll see on the SAT? I suggest you start by trying the College Board's free SAT Sample Questions.
When you're ready to start a study plan, Khan Academy offers a free Online SAT Practice Test. Be sure to create a Khan Academy account (it's free!) so you can track your progress. The College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to assess your weaker areas and point you to free resources such as videos, reference sheets, and practice questions. For best results, be sure to connect your College Board account to Khan Academy!
Once you've done some studying and are eager to see how you might fare on a real test, the College Board's SAT Practice Test Page offers several fulllength SAT practices tests you may download for free. As great as study providers are, nothing beats practice questions that come from the test provider itself!
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SAT Math Topics
See below for a list of topics included in the Math section of the SAT exam. For complete information on SAT test topics for all subjects and for exam dates, please visit the official College Board website.
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Heart of Algebra (Linear)

Create, solve, or interpret linear equations

Create, solve, or interpret linear inequalities

Build a linear function modeled on two quantities

Create, solve, and interpret systems of two linear equations

Create, solve, and interpret systems of linear inequalities

Algebraically solve linear equations and inequalities

Algebraically solve systems of two linear equations

Interpret the variables & constants in linear functions within the context presented

Connect algebraic & graphical representations
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Problem Solving & Data Analysis

Use ratios, rates, proportions & scale drawings to solve single and multistep problems

Solve multistep problems involving percentages

Solve multistep problems involving measurement quantities, units & unit conversion

Given a scatterplot, use linear, quadratic, or exponential models to describe the relationship

Use the relationship between two variables to investigate key features of the graph

Compare linear growth with exponential growth

Use 2way tables to summarize data & calculate frequencies & conditional probability

Make inferences about population parameters based on sample data

Use statistics to investigate measures of center of data and analyze shape, center, and spread
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Passport to Advanced Math

Create a quadratic or exponential function to model a context

Determine the most suitable form of an equation to reveal a particular trait, given a context

Create equivalent expressions involving rational exponents and radicals

Create equivalent form of algebraic expressions

Solve a quadratic equation

Add, subtract & multiply polynomial expressions

Solve equations containing radicals

Solve equations with variable in denominator

Solve a system of linear & quadratic equations

Add, subtract, multiply & divide rational expressions

Divide two polynomial expressions

Interpret nonlinear expressions

Understand zeros & factors of polynomials

Make connections between functions & graphs
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Additional Math Topics

Solve problems using volume formulas

Use trigonometric ratios & the Pythagorean theorem to solve right triangles

Add, subtract, multiply, divide & simplify complex numbers

Convert between degrees and radians

Use radians to determine arc lengths

Apply circles theorems to find arc lengths, angle measures, chord lengths & areas of sectors

Use congruence and similarity theorems to solve angles, lines & triangles

Use similarity, right triangles, trigonometric ratios and theorems about triangles & intersecting lines to determine missing lengths & angle measures of triangles.

Understand equations of circles on the coordinate plane.