## How much trigonometry is on the SAT?

Trigonometry isn’t a primary focus on the new SAT. However, according to the CollegeBoard, around six of the 58 questions included on the Math section of the test do deal with Additional Topics in Math, one of which is trigonometry.

## Is there a lot of geometry on the SAT?

Geometry questions make up less than 10% of the SAT math section. Geometry only makes up a small portion of the test, but you’ll still get several geometry formulas at the beginning of the math section on calculating the area, volume, and circumference of various shapes.

**Does the SAT try to trick you?**

The sheer fact a college admissions test can be so difficult for so many students who do very well in school is further evidence that the SAT measures a very specific way of reasoning that is not tested in schools. First and foremost, exams in high school are not designed to “trick” students.

### Should I have my calculator in radians or degrees for SAT?

A question with angles in degrees needs the calculator to be in degrees, and a question with angles in radians needs the calculator to be in radians. Degrees are more common on the SAT than radians though.

### How many breaks do you get during SAT?

Breaks. For most students, there is one 10-minute and one five-minute break during the test, the only times you can eat and drink. Keep your ID and admission ticket with you at all times. They’ll be checked every time you enter the testing room.

**What letter should you guess on the SAT?**

No doubt you’ve heard one piece of advice more than any other when it comes to test-taking: “If you need to guess on a multiple choice test, always pick C.”

#### Is HB pencil okay for SAT?

An HB Pencil is OK for the SAT – So are B or 2B Pencils as well.

#### Is calculus on the SAT?

There is no trigonometry, radians, use of the quadratic formula, matrices, or any other advanced math material, including calculus or pre-calculus, on the SAT.

**What pencils are allowed for SAT?**

Two No. 2 pencils with erasers. An approved calculator. Epinephrine auto-injectors (e.g., EpiPens) are permitted without the need for accommodations.

## Can you bring a pencil sharpener to the act?

Below are some other items that might come in handy as you take this long and important test: Extra #2 pencils and a handheld pencil sharpener: By bringing backup pencils, you won’t have to worry about any of them breaking or wearing down during the test.

## Are radians on the SAT?

Radians will only account for a small portion (around 5%) of SAT math questions, but you still want to get those questions right! Radians are one of the trickier concepts. What do you need to know about radian measure?

**What does SOH CAH TOA find?**

SOHCAHTOA helps us remember which trigonometric function to use to calculate ratios from a right triangle and find either a side length or angle measure. This can be useful in real-world applications, such as finding the depth of the ocean or the height of a skyscraper.

### Do you need to know unit circle for SAT?

Some of the College Board’s free practice tests do not feature a single question requiring knowledge of the unit circle. That said, if you want a perfect score on the SAT Math Test, you should feel confident in virtually any topic that the SAT might throw on their test, including the unit circle.

### Is Khan Academy good for SAT?

All things considered, Khan Academy’s SAT prep program is high quality. It’s a great introduction to the test and elevates the bar of free SAT materials. Students unable to afford books or prep programs have a useful resource to train for the test.

**Is Trig on Sat?**

In addition to the questions in Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, and Passport to Advanced Math, the SAT Math Test includes several questions that are drawn from areas of geometry, trigonometry, and the arithmetic of complex numbers.