SAT/ACT Sample Problems


SAT Math section will have 10 to 15 questions on the geometry and measurement portion. Take a quick look at how you can address a sample geometry problem.


In this sample, you'll get an opportunity to look at how algebra questions will be asked on the SAT Math section. Heart of Algebra questions will be asked to resolve linear equations with one or two variables.


Review this sample to get to know how to address the exponent problems on SAT Math section. If you remember the rules of exponents, you can easily apply the rules and solve the problem.

Quadradic Function

Passport to Advanced Math questions requires a high comfort level working with quadratic equations and expressions, including multiplying polynomials and factoring.

Lines and Slopes

Heart of Algebra questions on the SAT Math Test focuses on the mastery of linear equations, systems of linear equations, and linear functions. The ability to analyze and create linear equations, inequalities.


Trigonometry is some of the hardest math on the ACT, but luckily the ACT trigonometry requires the use of only a few very special formulas! You'll need to memorize all of them to prepare for the test adequately.

SAT Pronoun

SAT test-takers should be aware of pronoun rules*. *SAT Writing & Language are likely to contain at least one question that tests test-takers' knowledge of the difference between who _and _whom. Read this sample to understand how ‘who’ and ‘whom’ are commonly used in the sentences.

Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension questions test students’ ability to understand a passage and answer questions on the basis of what is stated and implied in the passage. Review the sample work passages on the SAT vary in length from short paragraphs that take 3 minutes to read and answer two questions, to ones that take 15 minutes to read and answer 13 questions. Review this sample work and get to know about the reading comprehension.


The SAT exam tests vocabulary. SAT Vocabulary now falls into a testing category called “Words in Context”. Testers will receive a sub score in this category, derived from both the SAT Reading and Writing & Language Tests

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