If you took the SAT in 2019, your SAT test may have had not four, but five test sections. This fifth section, called “Section 5” by the SAT, is an experimental section used to test out questions for future SAT tests.
So you’ve picked out your SAT study program and you have your computer, pencils, and paper ready to go. But where do you begin studying for the SAT? You begin with a study schedule! Whether you’re studying for 1 month or 4, a study schedule will keep you on track for test day. Below you’ll find …
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.