For SAT Math prep, no matter your strategy, whether you’re doing self-study, a class, or working with a tutor, **you need to be working with real SAT Math practice materials.** The SAT Math test will be different from any other Math test you’ve taken. You need to work with the real material to get used to the pacing and style of this unique test. In this short guide, I’ll let you know where to find official SAT Math practice tests and what material to avoid.

The SAT is designed to be taken by every high school student in the country, which means it can only test math concepts that every student has had experience with. The way the creators of the test make it hard is by presenting questions in unusual ways—ways that you never see in your math classes—**and by putting you on a strict time crunch**.

If you've ever started freaking out at the end of an SAT Math section, unsure how you're ever going to get through the entire section, you know exactly what we mean.

But don't despair! In this guide, we'll walk you through the timing of the test and teach you how to beat the clock and maximize your time on the SAT.

## Complete List of FREE SAT Math Practice Problems

Need to study for the SAT Math section but don’t know where to start? On a budget, too? Not to worry! In this article, **we've put together a comprehensive list of all the best (and free!) SAT Math study materials and guides currently available online.**

**Note:** For info on the best SAT study materials you have to pay for, check out our picks for top SAT prep books.

Want to test yourself against the most difficult SAT math questions? Want to know what makes these questions so difficult and how best to solve them? If you’re ready to really sink your teeth into the SAT math section and have your sights set on that perfect score, then this is the guide for you.

We’ve put together what we believe to be **the 13 most difficult questions for the new 2016 SAT**, with strategies and answer explanations for each. These are all hard SAT Math questions from College Board SAT practice tests, which means understanding them is one of the best ways to study for those of you aiming for perfection.

## The 28 Critical SAT Math Formulas You MUST Know

The SAT math test is unlike any math test you’ve taken before. It’s designed to take concepts you’re used to and make you apply them in new (and often strange) ways. It’s tricky, but with attention to detail and knowledge of the basic formulas and concepts covered by the test, you can improve your score.

**So what formulas do you need to have memorized for the SAT math section before the day of the test?** In this complete guide, I'll cover every critical formula you MUST know before you sit down for the test. I'll also explain them in case you need to jog your memory about how a formula works. If you understand every formula in this list, you'll save yourself valuable time on the test and probably get a few extra questions correct.

## Functions on SAT Math: Linear, Quadratic, and Algebraic

SAT functions have the dubious honor of being one of the trickiest topics on the SAT math section. Luckily, this is not because function problems are inherently more difficult to solve than any other math problem, but because most students have simply not dealt with functions as much as they have other SAT math topics.

This means that the difference between missing points on this seemingly tricky topic and acing them is simply a matter of practice and familiarization. And considering that function problems generally show up on average of three to four times per test, you will be able to pick up several more SAT math points once you know the rules and workings of functions.

**This will be your complete guide to SAT functions.** We’ll walk you through exactly what functions mean, how to use, manipulate, and identify them, and exactly what kind of function problems you’ll see on the SAT.

Trigonometry and radians are new additions to the SAT Math section! Do you love SOHCAHTOA and ${π}$ angle measurements? Do you hate trigonometry and radians and don’t know what SOHCAHTOA or ${π}/{2}$ means? No matter how you feel about SAT trigonometry, there is no need to stress. In this guide, I’ll let you know everything you need to know about trigonometry and radians for the SAT Math test and guide you through some practice problems.

## Triangles on SAT Math: Geometry Strategies and Practice Problems

Triangle questions account for less than 10% of all SAT math questions. That being said, you still want to get those questions right, so you should be prepared to know every kind of triangle: right triangles, isosceles triangles, isosceles right triangles—the SAT could test you on any one of them. Since triangle problems only account for a small percent of the SAT math questions, you shouldn’t spend all of your study time on triangles.

Are you scoring in the 600-750 range on SAT Math? Do you want to raise that score as high as possible - to a perfect 800?

Getting to an 800 SAT Math score isn't easy. It'll require perfection. But with hard work and my strategies below, you'll be able to do it. I've scored 800 on Math on all my SATs, and I know what it takes. **Follow my advice, and you'll get a perfect score - or get very close.**

## Statistics on SAT Math: Strategies for Mean, Median, Mode

SAT statistics questions usually involve finding the mean, median, and/or mode(s) of a set of numbers. You have probably dealt with with these concepts in your high school math classes but, as always, the SAT likes to put their own special twist on simple concepts such as these.

Whether or not you are familiar with these terms and the techniques needed to find a mean, median, or mode, this guide is for you. SAT questions are always tricky and knowing how to handle their version of these types of questions will serve you well as you go through your test.

**This will be your complete guide to SAT means, medians, and modes**—what they mean, how you’ll see them on the test, and how to solve even the most complicated of SAT statistics questions.

Are you struggling with SAT Math scores between 300-500? You're not alone - hundreds of thousands of students are scoring in this range. But many don't know the best ways to break out of this score range and score a 600 or above.

Here we'll discuss how to improve SAT math score effectively, and why it's so important to do so. **Put these principles to work and I'm confident you'll be able to improve your score.**

## Complete Guide to Probability on SAT Math + Practice Questions

A probability question asks you to identify how likely a particular event is to occur. How likely is it that you’ll pick a red marble out of a bag? How likely is it that a particular person will be chosen out of a lottery? How likely is it that two or more events will *both* occur? These are just some of the many different types of probability questions you may encounter on the SAT.

**This guide will take you through all aspects of probability you’ll need to know for the SAT**--exactly what probability means, the typical probability questions you’ll see on the SAT math section, and the steps needed to solve them.

On the newly redesigned 2016 SAT, the math section content is divided into four categories by the College Board: Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math, and Additional Topics in Math. **Heart of Algebra accounts for the largest part of the SAT math section (33% of the test)**, so you need to be well prepared for it. In this post, I’ll be discussing this category's content and question types, working through practice problems, and giving tips on how to ace these questions.

## Lines and Slopes in SAT Math: Geometry Strategies

In our SAT guide to lines and angles, we dealt with parallel lines, perpendiculars, and the many different ways to find angle measures with two or more lines. Now, we’ll look at the other aspect of lines, namely their slopes and equations.

**This will be your complete guide to lines and slopes**—what slopes mean, how to find them, and how to solve the many types of slope and line equation questions you’ll see on the SAT.

## The Ultimate SAT Math Prep Guide: Tips, Formulas, and Practice

The SAT math section is entirely trainable, so the more you understand how it works, the better you will be able to perform on test day. And we are here to give you absolutely everything you'll need to master SAT math.

**This is the best, most comprehensive guide for SAT math prep available. **

We have scoured all the research and resources we could find and put them together here for your perusal. So if you're dedicated to doing your best on the SAT and you're ready to commit your time and energy to improving your score, then this is the place for you. (And best of all, it's entirely free!)

This guide will serve as a directory for all the SAT math information and guides we've written. We'll start by giving a few comparisons between the SAT and the ACT math section for any of you still on the fence. Next we'll go through the math section at the high level and give you access to free SAT tests and practice problems. Afterward, we'll dive into the larger SAT tips you'll need for the test, before getting into individual topic guides you'll need to know.

With that said,** it's a good idea to go through each guide we've linked roughly in order**, at least for the first time. You can then come back to any of the guides you need in order to give yourself a refresher.

So let's dive in!

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