## SAT Math Test Prep in Atlanta and the Surrounding Communities

Both the PSAT/SAT and the PLAN/ACT contain at least one math section. From there the similarity ends. It's important to be able to approach the varying forms of content and question format with good strategies. Should I guess? Should I finish? Should I use a calculator? Is there more than one answer? Are there formulas to memorize? The answer to all

For example - according to information published by the College Board, the Mathematics section of the SAT examines various skills for students including:

The SAT Reasoning Test contains 3 sections of Mathematics made up of 44 multiple-choice type questions and 10 grid-in free response type questions.

The ACT website states the following about their test:

The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute test designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade. In the Mathematics Test, three sub scores are based on six content areas:

For more information on how you can learn how to approach the Mathematics section of the ACT or SAT, please contact us to set up an appointment for tutoring today. We'll help refresh the concepts you already know and apply them to solve the various types of questions on these very different tests!

__these__questions: It depends.For example - according to information published by the College Board, the Mathematics section of the SAT examines various skills for students including:

*- Numbers and Operations**- Algebra and Functions**- Geometry and Measurement**- Data, Statistics, and Probability**- Problem Solving**- Representation**- Reasoning**- Connections**- Communication*The SAT Reasoning Test contains 3 sections of Mathematics made up of 44 multiple-choice type questions and 10 grid-in free response type questions.

The ACT website states the following about their test:

The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute test designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade. In the Mathematics Test, three sub scores are based on six content areas:

*- Pre-algebra**- Elementary algebra**- Intermediate algebra**- Coordinate and plane geometry**- Trigonometry*For more information on how you can learn how to approach the Mathematics section of the ACT or SAT, please contact us to set up an appointment for tutoring today. We'll help refresh the concepts you already know and apply them to solve the various types of questions on these very different tests!