SAT is one of the most popular tests taken high school students to gain admissions in colleges and universities in the United States. SAT is an abbreviation for Scholastic Assessment Test and is owned by the College Board. SAT is conducted many times a year and students can take the test when they feel they are ready with the subjects. SAT examines students in 3 main subject areas: Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. These 3 sections determine the student’s capability of reading and comprehending English passages and their ability in writing their opinion on a given issue or a topic. The math section tests the students in their creative ability and their logical reasoning. Therefore SAT scores analyze the student’s understanding of the most basic and important concepts which are also important in their further academics at a college or a university.
SAT math section consists of multiple choice questions and for every question, 5 options are given. Students have to pick the right answer from the given 5 options. This section examines students in topics of Algebra, Plane Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Probability and Statistics etc. SAT math section is meant to be a logical section, and based on the standard of the exam students should not practice highly complex and complicated questions. The time limit for this section is very limited and hence questions are not extremely difficult. Students should first learn the basic concepts and formulas and they can earn good scores by knowing how to use them appropriately in given a question.