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The SAT is a standardized test widely used for assessing a student's readiness for college. This department shows you what the SAT exams are like and the kinds of knowledge and skills require for getting a great score.

Everything You Need to Know
(About the Exam)

The SAT is produced, maintained, and administered by College Board -- the same people to handle PSAT, AP, CLEP. and ACCUPLACER exams. You can use their website to learn absolutely everything you need know about the exam:

  • Register for the exams
  • Peeks inside the exam, itself
  • Work on free, online practice exams

The same level of transparency applies to the SAT subject exams.

So why would anyone waste their time and money on commerical SAT prep programs and courses?  The most reliable and complete resource is at your fingertips--with the people who know the most about it all. You know, the people who actually design and administer the exam.

Unquestionably, College Board is the place to go for all the administrative details and overall content of the SAT and SAT Subject tests. Getting a grip on the academic material, itself, is quite another matter. Some people become masters of the test-taking process, and it moves them into a great position for college and career. But when these test-taking experts have to face problems no one anticipated or questions that have no answers, they fall flat on their butts. Beware of the illusion of learning, and go for the real thing ... it costs less, it's more fun when you catch on, and the experience will serve you well for a lifetime. (End of lecture)






Note: Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for mobile devices.

SAT English Tutorials

SAT Math Tutorials

Math Basics








What subjects does the SAT cover?

Subject Topics
Writing Grammar, usage, and diction
Mathematics Number and operations; algebra and functions; geometry; statistics, probability, and data analysis
Critical Reading Vocabulary, critical reading, and sentence-level reading


Optional SAT Subject Exams
  • Biology/EM
  • Chemistry
  • Chinese with Listening
  • French
  • French with Listening
  • German
  • German with Listening
  • Italian
  • Japanese with Listening
  • Korean with Listening
  • Latin
  • Literature
  • Math Level 1
  • Math Level 2
  • Modern Hebrew
  • Physics

The official SAT website.

Sample SAT Subject Test: Literature

Subject Tests


Mathematics I covers high school mathematics, including two years of algebra and one year of geometry. Work some sample Mathematics I questions.

Mathematics II covers everyting on the Mathematics I exam plus  precalculus and trigonometry. Work some sample problems from the Mathematics II exam.


Biology E/M covers high school biology from an ecological (E) perspective, and molecular (M) perspective.********* Work some sample problems from the Biology E/M exam.

Physics covers the basic principles of high school physics classes.  Work some sample problems from the Physics exam.

Chemistry covers the basic principles of high school chemistry classes. Work some sample problems from the Chemistry exam.


English Literature tests your ability to read and interpret English language literature.Work some sample problems from the Chemistry exam.



Math Basics

Lesson 1: Operations Basics

Lesson 2: Factors and Multiples

Lesson 3: Unit Conversions



Lesson 1: Fraction Basics

Lesson 2: Fraction Operations



Lesson 1: Decimal Basics

Lesson 2: Decimal Operations


Solving Equations

Lesson 1: Equation Basics

Lesson 2: Inequalities

Lesson 3: Linear System of Equations

Lesson 4: Graphing of Linear Equations and Functions

Lesson 5: Word Problems



Lesson 1: Angle Basics

Lesson 2: Triangles

Lesson 3: Circles

Lesson 4: Volume and Surface Area of 3D Shapes


Probability, Statistics, Percentages, Ratios, and Proportions

Lesson 1: Probability

Lesson 2: Percentages, Ratios, and Proportions





David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015