SAT Mathematics

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The SAT Mathematics examination comprises two sections:

     1. A 25 minute, 20 question No Calculator allowed section

     2. A 55 minute, 38 question Calculator allowed section

You will be given a 5 minute break in between each section.

The topics which need to be mastered prior to sitting the SAT examination are:

     Heart of Algebra

     Problem Solving and Data Analysis

     Passport to Advanced Math

     Additional Topics in Math

Under our programme, the sections are further broken into:

Fundamental algebra concepts

Linear Equations


Interpreting qualitative data

Interpreting quantitative data

Analyzing relationships

Advanced algebra concepts

Quadratic Equations

Higher-Order Equations



Complex Numbers

Learning Summary

     What will be provided during the exam

     What to commit to memory

     Common Pitfalls

Bringing it all together

     Review Questions
          Worked examples
     Your Turn to Practise 

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