# Category: About the SAT

## The SAT Math Reference Sheet

The digital SAT (dSAT) is here, and many students and educators are lauding the changes from the previous non-digital version. There is one item on the dSAT that has …

## Linear Function Questions on the SAT

Many SAT students have asked me: “If you had just one hour to prepare for the SAT, what would you study?” My answer is absolute and unwavering: “I would …

## Fractions to Decimals on the SAT

While the subjects of fractions and decimals may seem boring and mundane, there are some pretty interesting ways the SAT can test you on your knowledge of converting fractions …

## What Math Concepts Are on the SAT?

The SAT has been around for nearly a century. In that time, it has undergone numerous revisions. The abandonment of the paper and pencil format is the most recent …

## SAT Math Exam Syllabus

Given the importance of math on the SAT, it’s helpful to have a road map of what SAT math you’ll have to learn from beginning to end in your …

## The Digital SAT Reading and Writing Section

Technically, the Reading and Writing section is new to the SAT. However, in reality, it has a lot in common with Evidence-Based Reading and Writing on the old SAT. …

## How Long Is the SAT Math Section?

A common question we are often asked by test-takers is, how long is the SAT math section? As we have mentioned in past articles, there is a lot that …

## SAT Math Formulas for Earning a Great Score

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: SAT math can be a bear! That said, there are certain math formulas, identities, and processes that you can learn …

## Is 1460 a Good SAT Score?

If you have a 1460 SAT score that you’re considering using for college admissions, you may be wondering, “Is 1460 a good SAT score?” You’ve come to the right …

## Is 1600 a Good SAT Score?

As you likely know, the SAT is scored on a scale of 400 to 1600. So, 1600 is a perfect SAT score. Nevertheless, people often wonder, “Is 1600 a …