SAT Math Practice

Try out our free online tests to help with your SAT Math prep. These multiple choice SAT math problems are similar to the questions found on the actual test, and include immediate scoring and detailed explanations to help you improve as you practice.

Free SAT Math Practice Tests: Calculator

Free SAT Math Practice Tests: No Calculator

SAT Math Test Prep

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SAT Math Test

The SAT Math test is divided into two parts: the no-calculator portion and the calculator portion. The no-calculator portion is 25 minutes long and has 20 questions. 15 questions are multiple choice and 5 questions are “grid-in,” meaning you write in the answer. The calculator portion is 55 minutes long and consists of 38 questions, 30 being multiple choice and 8 being grid-in.

Standard formulas are provided, but you need to have a solid knowledge of algebra, problem solving, data analysis, and complex equations to find success on the test. The best way to prepare is to complete as many practice problems as you can, both with a calculator and without a calculator as applicable. Our tests above are divided by calculator usage and difficulty to help you fully prepare for the exam! Start your prep today by selecting a practice test above.