**Master the Digital SAT Math!**

Unlike the usual SAT Math Prep Books, our comprehensive Digital SAT Math Prep Through Questions Book prepares you for** all the different types of questions you may see in the actual SAT® exam.**

There are over 400 realistic SAT® Math questions in this book, all come with strategies, explanations, and step-by-step walkthroughs. You will see similar questions on the SAT® exam. You will be well-prepared to excel on test day.

**Crack the Digital SAT Math through a unique journey!**

- 19 SAT Math Topics with Detailed Summaries

- 400+ Realistic SAT Math Questions

- Step-by-step Walkthroughs for Each Question

- Tips and Strategies for Solving Faster

- 7-Step SAT Math Study Plan for Success

Our comprehensive Digital SAT Math Prep Book is designed to help you improve your math skills and boost your confidence in tackling the math questions on the SAT exam. Through a series of practice questions, explanations, and strategies, you will be well-prepared to excel on test day.

**Digital SAT Math Prep Book Covers**

All 4 SAT Math Content Domains:

**Algebra -** Digital SAT assesses the algebra content domain in five different skills and knowledge testing points. Linear equations in one variable, linear equations in two variables, linear functions, systems of two linear equations in two variables, and linear inequalities in one or two variables. You will see all the different types of questions that may appear in the SAT exam in these skills and knowledge testing points.

**Advanced Math -** You may see Advanced Math questions in three different skills and knowledge points: equivalent expressions, nonlinear equations in one variable and systems of equations in two variables, and nonlinear functions. You will master all three points through various questions.

**Problem-Solving and Data Analysis -** This content domain of the SAT has seven skills and knowledge testing points. These include but are not limited to ratios, rates, percentages, one-variable data, and two-variable data, probability and conditional probability, inference from sample statistics, and margin of error, evaluating statistical claims: observational studies and experiments. We got you covered on all!

**Geometry and Trigonometry -** There are four skills and knowledge testing points under the geometry and trigonometry domain. These are area and volume, lines, angles, and triangles, right triangles and trigonometry, and circles. You will be well-prepared to excel in any of these.

**Why Should I Use This Digital SAT Math Prep Book?**

There are several SAT Math Prep books, resources, videos, and materials. However, none of them goes through explaining SAT Math topics through questions.

There are over 400 realistic SAT Math questions in this Digital SAT Math Prep Book,** all come with strategies, explanations, and step-by-step walkthroughs.** You will see similar questions on the SAT exam. You will be well-prepared to excel on test day.

The unique approach of this SAT® Math Prep Through Questions book is 4-step learning style. For each SAT® Math content domain and skills and knowledge testing points, you will go through the following four steps:

**Step 1:** Learn the Fundamentals

In this part, you will learn the concepts, formulas, and theory of the topic.

**Step 2:** Exercises

In this part, the formulas and concepts given in the first part are practiced.

**Step 3:** Step-by-Step Walkthrough Through Different Types of Questions

In this part, you will see all different types of questions you may see on the SAT® Math exam. Therefore, you will be ready for any types of questions that may appear on your SAT® exam.

**Step 4:** Practice Test

In this part, you will be ready to tackle several questions from the topic.

**Prepared by veteran SAT® exam test writers**, 99th percentile exam prep instructors and SAT® Math gurus, this Digital SAT Math Prep Book will be your bible to SAT® Math Prep.

**Top Frequently Asked Questions About the Digital SAT**

##### What is the Digital SAT?

College Board announced that as of 2024, everyone taking the SAT will take this new version, also known as the "Digital SAT." You can no longer take the paper version. The new digital SAT is more student-friendly and approachable.

Unlike the previous paper-and-pencil version of the exam, the digital SAT will be taken exclusively via a tablet or laptop.

##### Where can I take the Digital SAT?

You can take the digital SAT at a school or test center. A proctor will be present during the test. You cannot take the digital SAT at home.

##### How long is the Digital SAT?

Digital SAT lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes without the essay. The test has four sections: Reading & Writing Module I, Reading and Writing Module II, Math Module I, and Math Module II. With the digital SAT, a calculator is allowed in both of the Math modules.

##### Can I use scratch paper when I am taking the digital SAT?

Yes, scratch paper will be provided to you on test day.

##### Is the Digital SAT easier than the old version paper SAT?

Yes, the digital SAT is easier than the paper-and-pencil version according to students who have taken the exam and experts at College Board. As mentioned by Priscilla Rodriguez, College Readiness Assessments at College Board: “The digital SAT will be easier to take, easier to give, and more relevant”.

##### How many times can I take the Digital SAT?

There are no restrictions on taking the SAT. You can take the SAT as many times as you wish. The majority of our students take the SAT 2 or 3 times. We recommend taking the PSAT or a practice test in your sophomore year. Then, you can plan to take the SAT. Just make sure you leave some time to get ready and take it again if you are unhappy with your first results.

##### What is the validity of the Digital SAT?

Once you get SAT scores, your scores are good for 5 years. If you took the SAT more than 5 years ago, you need to retake the SAT.

##### How much should I score on the Digital SAT?

The maximum score a student can get on the SAT is 1600, and the minimum score is 400. While the average SAT score is around 1060, the SAT score you need depends on the school you dream of. If you are dreaming of an Ivy League university or college, you need to score over 1400.

We’ve listed some of the colleges' SAT score percentiles below

- Cal Tech 1530 - 1580
- Harvard 1460 - 1580
- MIT 1510 - 1580
- Yale 1460 - 1580
- Stanford 1420 - 1570
- University of Michigan 1340-1560
- Boston College 1330 - 1500
- U.S. Military Academy 1210 - 1440
- Purdue 1190 - 1430
- Penn State U.-Univ. Park 1150 - 1340
- Univ. of Miami 1250 - 1420

You can look for other Colleges’ SAT Score Percentiles and Acceptance rates.

##### How many Math questions are there in the Digital SAT?

There are two Math modules in the Digital SAT. Each consists of 22 equations, and you are allowed 35 minutes for each of the Math modules. In total, there will be 44 Math questions and you will have 70 minutes.

##### What changed from the Paper version of the SAT to the Digital SAT?

The topics and content of the SAT exam did not change. However, the questions and their structure have changed. Most sections now ask fewer questions and take less time.

In the paper SAT, there were 500+ words long passages asking ~10 questions for each passage. In the Digital SAT, passages are around 100 words and they ask only one question per passage.

The Digital SAT is "module adaptive," meaning that how you perform on the first module determines the difficulty of the 2nd module. For example, if you do well in Math Module 1, you'll see harder questions in Math Module 2.

In the paper SAT, Reading and Writing used to be separate sections. In the Digital SAT, they are now combined.

The paper SAT had a "no calculator" math section. In the Digital SAT, a calculator can be used on any math question.

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