The SAT is a standardized examination which tests the quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, and analytical writing that you have developed throughout your secondary education. The SAT is used mostly for college admissions in the United States. If you have decided to pursue your Bachelor degree in the United States or else in the world (most of the universities around the world accept SAT scores for admission), then you better start preparing. Considering that we are a Math institution, our focus is only on SAT Quantitative Section.
The SAT Math section is divided into two subsections: Math Test – Calculator and Math Test – No Calculator. Math Test – Calculator section includes 38 questions, whereas Math Test – No Calculator section includes 20 questions. A total of 58 questions. Both sections cover the same subjects: Arithmetic (Number and Operations), Algebra and Functions, Geometry, Statistics, Probability, and Data Analysis. We have solved and explained 61 questions covering Arithmetic (Number and Operations), Algebra and Functions, Geometry, Statistics, Probability, and Data Analysis topics.
We expect that you watch and analyze 10 questions each day. It is very important that you analyze the process of solving questions as you will be provided with hints which can gain you time on your exams. Our goal is to save you time because time remains the greatest challenge on those exams.
Note: Practice as much as possible.