The SAT Math Component tests your ability to solve problems that are grounded in real-world context. It features problems with multiple steps which are applicable in the fields of science, social science, career scenarios, and other real-life situations. In some instances, a scenario will be presented to you and several questions will be asked in the same context. During your maths classes, you would learn specific maths skills that would be applied in your science and social studies classes. The moment you begin to use these skills outside the classroom, you’ve begun your preparation for the SAT.
The SAT Math has two sections – one that allows a calculator and one that doesn’t. The larger chunk of 38 questions allows a calculator, and the time limit set is 55 minutes. The smaller section has 20 questions and is set at 25 minutes. There are further divisions in these sections too, where each of them have multiple-choice questions and a unit called ‘gridded-response questions’. Around 80% of the questions are MCQs, whereas the rest of them are the latter. Everyday formulas are provided for calculations and so is a reference sheet with geometry information.
This course will cover all sections and give you enough practice to achieve a good score at the best of your ability.
What Will I Learn?
- Mastery of core curriculum topics
- Unique question-specific strategies
- Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback
- Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills