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SAT Question types
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The SAT includes several different question types, including: a student-produced essay, multiple-choice questions, and student-produced responses (grid-ins). Select any section below to learn more about specific question types.

1.
Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes, 1 essay topic)*
2.
Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes, 1 essay topic)*
The Critical Reading Section
Time content Item types Score
70 min. (two 25-min. sections and one 20-min. section) Critical reading and sentence-level reading Reading comprehension, sentence completions, and paragraph-length critical reading 200-800

The SAT includes several different question types, including: a student-produced essay, multiple-choice questions, and student-produced responses (grid-ins). Select any section below to learn more about specific question types.

The critical reading section measures:

1.
Sentence Completions
2.
Passage-based Reading.
The Mathematics Section
Time content Item types Score
70 min. (two 25-min. sections and one 20-min. section) Number and operations; algebra and functions; geometry; statistics, probability, and data analysis Five-choice multiple-choice questions and student-produced responses 200-800
SAT

The SAT includes mathematics topics from up through a third-year college preparatory course, such as exponential growth, absolute value, and functional notation. It also places emphasis on such topics as linear functions, manipulations with exponents, and properties of tangent lines. Important skills such as estimation and number sense are measured through the multiple-choice and student response (grid-in) questions.

May I use a calculator?

Yes. Students may use a four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator. The College Board recommends that students use a graphing (or at least a scientific) calculator for the SAT, although it's still possible to solve every question without a calculator.

The mathematics section has two types of questions:

1.
Multiple Choice
2.
Student-Produced Response Questions
The Writing Section
Time content Item types Score
70 min. (two 25-min. sections and one 20-min. section) Number and operations; algebra and functions; geometry; statistics, probability, and data analysis Five-choice multiple-choice questions and student-produced responses 200-800

The writing section includes both multiple-choice questions and a direct writing measure in the form of an essay.

Short Essay
The short essay measures your ability to:
1.
Organize and express ideas clearly
2.
Develop and support the main idea
3.
Use appropriate word choice and sentence structure
4.
You'll be asked to develop a point of a view on an issue, using reasoning and evidence - based on your own experiences, readings, or observations - to support your ideas.
5.
The essay will be scored by trained high school and college teachers. Each reader will give the essay a score from 1 to 6 (6 is the highest score) based on the overall quality of the essay and your demonstration of writing competence.
Multiple-Choice

The multiple-choice writing questions measure your ability to:

1.
Improve sentences and paragraphs
2.
Identify errors (such as diction, grammar, sentence construction, subject-verb agreement, proper word usage, and wordiness)
3.
Try multiple-choice questions: Identifying Sentence Errors, Improving Sentences, Improving Paragraphs
About the SAT Subject Tests

SAT Subject Tests fall into five general subject areas:

SAT English
SAT Literature
SAT History
SAT U.S. History (formerly American      History and Social Studies)
SAT World History
SAT Mathematics
SAT Mathematics Level 1 (formerly      Mathematics IC)
SAT Mathematics Level 2 (formerly      Mathematics IIC)
SAT Science
SAT Biology E/M
SAT Chemistry
SAT Physics
SAT Languages
SAT Chinese with Listening
SAT French
SAT French with Listening
SAT German
SAT German with Listening
SAT Spanish
SAT Spanish with Listening
SAT Modern Hebrew
SAT Italian
SAT Latin
SAT Japanese with Listening
SAT Korean with Listening

All SAT Subject Tests are one-hour, multiple-choice tests. However, some of these tests have unique formats:

1.
The SAT Subject Test in Biology E/M contains a common core of 60 general-knowledge multiple-choice questions, followed by 20 multiple-choice questions that emphasize either ecological (Biology E) or molecular (Biology M) subject matter. Before testing begins, you must choose which test you will take, either the ecological or molecular. Students are not allowed to take both tests in one sitting. If you do, your scores may be canceled.
2.
The SAT Subject Tests in Mathematics (Level 1 and Level 2) have some questions that require the use of at least a scientific or graphing calculator. Mathematics Subject Tests are developed with the expectation that most students will use a graphing calculator.
3.
The SAT Subject Tests in Languages with Listening (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish) consist of a listening section and a reading section. Students taking these tests are required to bring an acceptable CD player with earphones to the test center.
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