Overwhelmed by the SAT Math section of the test? Don’t be–we’re here to help! 🙂

First steps first: so what exactly is on the SAT math section? When you take the test, you will find:

- 3 sections, 70 minutes long
- 1st section: 20 questions, 25 minutes
- 2nd section: 18 questions (8 multiple choice, 10 grid-ins) 25 minutes
- 3rd math section: 16 questions 20 minutes

Now, what exactly should you study to prepare for these sections of the test? Will you need to uncover every math concept you’ve ever learned since pre-school? Thankfully, no. Spend time reviewing just these topics:

- Algebra
- Averages
- Combinations and permutations
- Data interpretation
- Exponents
- Functions
- Geometry
- Integer properties
- Probability
- Percentages
- Sequences
- Statistics

Oh no, that list looks like quite a lot! But don’t panic just yet, because you’re in exactly the right place. If you’re ready to start tackling these subject areas, take a look below. You’ll find all of our SAT blog posts, complete with test strategies, review tips and everything else you need to succeed on the SAT math. So go ahead and get started here:

- Tips to CRUSH the SAT Math Section | Video Post
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- Most Tested New SAT Math Concepts
- New SAT Math Study Guide
- New SAT Video: Quadratic Formula
- Top Strategies for New SAT Math
- New SAT Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis Part II
- Tips for SAT Subject Test Math 2
- New SAT Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis
- New SAT Math Overview
- SAT Passport to Advanced Math, Part II
- SAT Passport to Advanced Math, Part I
- Strategies for New SAT Math
- Tips for SAT Subject Test Math 1
- New SAT Math Algebra Practice Questions
- New SAT Math Algebra Basics: Combining Like Terms
- SAT Math: Heart of Algebra
- How the New SAT Math is Changing
- New SAT Video: SOHCAHTOA Part II
- New SAT Video: SOHCAHTOA Part I
- New SAT Video: Exponents
- How is SAT Math Changing?
- The Language of Math
- Changes to the SAT: The New SAT Math Section
- Critical Thinking Strategies: The Case for SAT Math
- SAT Video Friday – All Squared Away
- SAT Video Friday – Prime Times
- SAT Video Friday – Zeroing in on the Answer
- SAT Video Friday – An Equilateral Nightmare
- SAT Data Interpretation
- SAT Video Friday – An Exponential Quartet
- Big Ideas of SAT Coordinate Geometry
- SAT Video Friday – Mr. Right Triangle
- SAT Video Friday – A Serious Series
- SAT Video Friday: A Radical Cube
- SAT Math Formulas
- SAT Math Friday: Work Rate Questions
- SAT Math Friday: Extreme Triangles
- SAT Math Friday: Fun with Functions
- SAT Math: Coordinate Geometry Basics
- Probability Challenge Question: Don’t Lose Your Marbles
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- SAT Math Formula Sheet
- SAT Video Friday: Math Challenge Question – Number of Numbers
- SAT Video Friday: Math Challenge Question
- How to Study SAT Math
- SAT Math Challenge – Crazy Exponents
- SAT Math Friday – Coordinate Plane Challenge
- SAT Math Friday: Series Challenge Question
- SAT Video Tip: Probability Challenge Question
- Review: PWN the SAT – Math Guide
- SAT Math: The Fundamental Counting Principle
- SAT Math Section
- Intro to SAT Math
- Word Problems on the SAT
- SAT Math – Number Basics
- SAT Math – Probability
- SAT Math Monday–The Basics
- How Hard is SAT Math
- SAT Math Review: Sequences
- Number Properties and Factor Trees On the SAT
- SAT Math Practice– Number Properties Answers and Explanations
- SAT Math Practice: Number Properties Practice Questions
- SAT Math Problems Are Puzzles
- How to Answer SAT Math Questions
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- SAT Math Practice: Geometry Challenge
- SAT Algebra: Combination vs. Substitution
- The Rules of Absolute Values for the SAT
- Simplifying SAT Word Problems by Elimination
- SAT Geometry
- SAT Math Grid-In Questions
- Quadratic Functions Shortcuts on the SAT
- Strange Symbols in SAT Math
- 3D Geometric Objects in SAT Math
- SAT Graphs
- SAT Math: Combining Exponents
- SAT Calculators
- Weighted Averages in SAT Math?
- SAT Math: Using the Percentage Formula
- SAT Math: Types of Averages
- SAT Math Vocabulary: Integers, Odds, Evens, Prime, Factors, and Multiples
- SAT Geometry: Angle Diagram Questions
- Basic Exponents Rules on the SAT
- SAT Shortcut: Avoid Algebra By Drawing Word Problems
- Advanced Techniques for Eliminating SAT Math Answers
- How to Eliminate SAT Math Answer Choices
- SAT Math: Why Functions Are Totally Doable
- The Difference Between Combinations and Permutations in SAT Math
- Geometry Formulas for SAT Math
- The Four Rules of Exponents on the SAT
- SAT – Common Math Misconceptions
- SAT Math – Looking for Patterns
- SAT Math Basics – FOIL Method
- SAT Math Basics: Exponents