The third and the fourth sections on the SAT test the math skills of the students. The third section is the shorter one and doesn’t allow the use of calculators. The fourth and the longer section allows calculator usage. Together these sections contribute towards the 200-800 Math score. The SAT Math section requires the students to apply the math skills they have learnt in high school in real life situations like their job or personal life and also in College Math, Science, and Social courses. The topics tested include Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry and Data Interpretation.
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A good score on the SAT math depends on the course and the college the student wants to apply to. While a 780-800 could mean 99th percentile, a 750 on the math section corresponds to 96th percentile. The student should plan to score more than the average requirement mentioned by the university to be on the safer side.
If the student has taken the SAT multiple times, then Colleges that use superscore would choose the best of the scores from the EBRW and the Math sections even if these scores come from different tests.
It may be difficult to score 800 on math but a perfect score is possible. You may have to get all the questions correct for the perfect score.
The use of the calculator in the last section depends on the discretion of the student. With practice, the student will understand when to use the calculator. Too much dependence on the calculator could be time consuming.
No SAT Math Test does not include Calculus.
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