Math classes for SAT
Math Classes for SAT

Why Scholars Point!

Our Vedic Math Techniques:

  • Make your calculations Faster
  • Will increase your speed and accuracy
  • Remove Silly Mistakes

We offer:

  • One to One SAT Preparation classes
  • Small groups (Max intake 6 students) classes
  • Customized Classes as per ones need
  • Weekdays / weekend classes

SAT Exam Highlights:

Test Duration: 02 Hours
Mode of Test: Written-based examination (Digital in 2023)
Age Limit : No age limit ( but maximum aspirant are between 17 to 19 years)
Maximum Attempts : No Limit
Eligibility criteria : No criteria as such, but generally taken by students who are in high school
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Acceptance: US, Canada, also accepted in UK and Australia
Organised by: The College Board

Test Structure of Math Test for SAT Exam:

Total Math Questions: 58
Total Time : 80 Minutes

Math Test– No Calculator
Time: 25 Minutes
Questions: 20

Math Test–Calculator
Time: 55 Minutes
Questions: 38

Marking : No Negative Marking
Type of Questions : Maximum Questions are MCQs

SAT Exam Syllabus for Maths

Heart of Algebra

  • Create, solve, or interpret a linear expression or equation in 1 variable.
  • Create, solve, or interpret linear inequalities in 1 variable.
  • Build a linear function that models a linear relationship between 2 quantities.
  • Create, solve, and interpret systems of linear inequalities in 2 variables.
  • Create, solve, and interpret systems of 2 linear equations in 2 variables.
  • Algebraically solve linear equations (or inequalities) in 1 variable.
  • Algebraically solve systems of 2 linear equations in 2 variables.
  • Interpret the variables and constants in expressions for linear functions.
  • Understand connections between algebraic and graphical representations.

Problem Solving and Data Analysis:

  • Use ratios, rates, proportional relationships, and scale drawings to solve single- and multistep problems.
  • Solve single- and multistep problems involving percentages.
  • Solve single- and multistep problems involving measurement quantities, units, and unit conversion.
  • Use scatterplot, linear, quadratic, or exponential models to describe how the variables are related.
  • Use the relationship between 2 variables to investigate key features of the graph.
  • Compare linear growth with exponential growth.
  • Use 2-way tables to summarize categorical data and relative frequencies and calculate conditional probability.
  • Make inferences about population parameters based on sample data.
  • Use statistics to investigate measures of center of data. Analyze shape, center, and spread.
  • Evaluate reports to make inferences, justify conclusions, and determine appropriateness of data collection methods.
  • The reports may consist of tables, graphs, or text summaries.

Passport to Advanced Math:

  • Create a quadratic or exponential function or equation that models a context.
  • Determine the most suitable form of an expression or equation to reveal a particular trait, given a context.
  • Create equivalent expressions involving rational exponents and radicals, which includes simplifying or rewriting in other forms.
  • Create an equivalent form of an algebraic expression by using structure and fluency with operations.
  • Solve a quadratic equation having rational coefficients. The equation can be presented in a wide range of forms to reward attending to algebraic structure and can require manipulation to solve.
  • Add, subtract, and multiply polynomial expressions. Simplify the result. The expressions will have rational coefficients.
  • Solve an equation in 1 variable that contains radicals or contains the variable in the denominator of a fraction.
  • Solve a system of 1 linear equation and 1 quadratic equation.
  • Rewrite simple rational expressions.
  • Interpret parts of nonlinear expressions in terms of their context.
  • Understand the relationship between zeros and factors of polynomials. Use that knowledge to sketch graphs.
  • Understand a nonlinear relationship between 2 variables by making connections between their algebraic and graphical representations.
  • Use function notation, and interpret statements using function notation.
  • Use structure to isolate or identify a quantity of interest in an expression or isolate a quantity of interest in an equation.

Additional Topics in Math:

  • Solve problems using volume formulas.
  • Use trigonometric ratios and the Pythagorean theorem to solve applied problems involving right triangles.
  • Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify complex numbers.
  • Convert between degrees. Use radians to determine arc lengths. Use trigonometric functions of radian measure.
  • Apply theorems about circles to find arc lengths, angle measures, chord lengths, and areas of sectors.
  • Use concepts and theorems about congruence and similarity to solve problems about lines, angles, and triangles.
  • Use the relationship between similarity, right triangles, and trigonometric ratios. Use the relationship between sine and cosine of complementary angles.
  • Create or use an equation in 2 variables to solve a problem about a circle in the coordinate plane.