A digital SAT test means students will have to re-learn test-taking strategies as well as acquaint themselves with the intangible format of a digital test. In this post we’re sharing a resource for the latter: a short digital SAT practice test created by College Board.
You will find some math vocabulary on the SAT and ACT: words that may sound familiar and whose meaning may be the key to finding the correct answer. You’ll want to familiarize yourself with them in order to do your best on the math section of either of these tests! The list of terms below covers the main math vocabulary terms you should know for the ACT or SAT:
In our past ACT and SAT Math section strategy posts, we’ve talked about the importance of recognizing what kind of math problem you’re looking at in order to recall how to solve it. However, it does take some practice, just like any other skill you want to improve! So we wanted to provide four Math section strategies for recognizing problems as you see them.
The best calculator to use on the SAT test is the one you’re familiar with and is allowed during the test. You can solve all the problems on the SAT Math with Calculator section with a pretty simple calculator, so don’t stress about purchasing the “correct” calculator. The most important thing is to stress about …
The dozens of math questions on the SAT can be broken down into four types of math questions. Understanding the content that falls under these four question categories will help you study for the SAT with greater focus. And with more focused practice, you’re more likely to see an increase in your SAT score.