# 28th Oct SAT Webinar: 6 Secrets to rock your SAT Math This video shows fabmarks SAT Math expert unveiling 6 secrets used by 99 percentiler SAT test takers to score 700+ in SAT Math.

• Heart of Algebra
• Problem solving and data analysis

Like you can see, in the math calculator section most of your questions would be from the area problem solving and data analysis. What forms into this broad math area? Are Math topics like Ratio’s, Averages, Percentages, and Rates. All of these topics that you would have learned or you would have been expected to learn much below your 10th grade. Right, the next most contributing area to calculator section happens to be the Heart of Algebra which has 11 questions followed by Passport to advance Math 7 question and additional Math topic has 3 questions. The heart of algebra the math area would include topics like:  Linear Equations in one variable, two variables, Linear inequalities and one variable and two variables. The passport to advanced math is all again related to algebra but then they are not the linear ones. The quadratic equations, the equations to rate or the polynomial equations. The additional math topics which contributes the least to your overall SAT Math has topics like geometry, trigonometry, imaginary numbers and so all. The Data Analysis part of your problem solving in Data Analysis has questions from topics like scattered plots, tables, line of this depict and so on. Let's move on to understand the non calculator section. The non calculator section has 20 questions to be answered in 25 minutes. Now like the names suggest the not calculator section is one in which it not given access to a calculator and most of your questions in the section would not require the calculator. However, the calculator section that we can discuss about earlier, you will be given access to a calculator. The calculator section has to be obviously got by you to the test centre and most of your questions may not need a calculator in the calculator section as well, but some of them which do need a calculator. You can use a calculator to solve them. The calculator that is suggested by The College Board is the graphical calculator either from Texas Instruments (T.I) or Casio or some other companies that you can get to know from The College Board website. Different model is accepted all of them listed on The College Board website. Now in the non-calculator section again how the questions split this twenty questions, most of them from the Passport to Advanced Math. I recall the topics that fall into this:

• Polynomials
• Exponents and Roots and so on.

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• Knowing where you go wrong?
• Knowing the concept?
• Knowing how the questions are design?
• How do the answer choices of design?
• How do you eliminate answer choices in case you have to guess?
• How do you pace the test, when it is a long question, lengthy question say to it I'll get back to you and more on with the test?

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