SAT Math is tested in Sections 3 and 4. Section 3 does not allow the use of a calculator, and consists of 20 questions that must be answered within 25 minutes. Of these 20 questions, 15 are multiple choice and 5 are grid-ins, in which you enter your answer in a grid. Section 4 allows a calculator, and consists of 38 questions which must be answered within 55 minutes. This includes 30 multiple choice and 8 grid-ins. Try out our free online tests to help with your SAT math practice. These multiple choice SAT math problems are similar to the questions found on the actual test.
SAT Math Practice: Calculator
- SAT Math Practice Test 1 (Easy)
- SAT Math Practice Test 2 (Medium)
- SAT Math Practice Test 3 (Medium)
- SAT Math Practice Test 4 (Difficult)