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Guide to Sat II Math Preparation

Sat II tests are a series of 20 multiple-choice standardized tests students have to give on individual subjects. These tests are undertaken by students to improve their credentials for admission to colleges in the United States. Students choose the subjects on the basis of the college entrance requirements for the schools to which they are planning to apply.
For those students who wish to take Math as a subject in Sat II must consider this chart as a guideline for preparation for their entrance exam.

Content of the SAT II Math IIC
Math IIC covers a variety of mathematical topics. ETS, the company that writes the SAT IIs, provides the following breakdown of the topics covered on the test:

Topic

Percent of Test

Usual Number of Questions

Algebra

18%

9

Plane Geometry

-

-

Solid Geometry

4

-

Coordinate Geometry

12%

6

Trigonometry

20%

10

Functions

24%

12

Statistics and Sets

6%

3

Miscellaneous

12%

6


While accurate, this breakdown is too broad to really help you direct your studying toward the meaningful areas of the test. We’ve created the following detailed breakdown based on careful examination of the test:

Topic

Percent of Test

Usual Number of Questions

Algebra

18%

9

Arithmetic

2%

1

Equation solving

5%

2.5

Binomials, polynomials, quadratics

14%

7

Solid Geometry

8%

4

Solids (cubes, cylinders, cones, etc.)

4%

2

Inscribed solids, solids by rotation

1%

0.5

Coordinate Geometry

12%

6

Lines and distance

6%

3

Conic sections (parabolas, circles)

5%

2.5

Coordinate space

2%

1

Graphing

2%

1

Vectors

1%

0.5

Trigonometry

20%

10

Basic functions (sine, cosine, tangent)

12%

6

Trigonometric identities

4%

2

Inverse trigonometric functions

2%

1

Trigonometry in non-right triangles

1%

0.5

Graphing trigonometric functions

1%

0.5

Functions

24%

12

Basic, compound, inverse functions

8%

4

Graphing functions

6%

3

Domain and range of functions

8%

4

Statistics and Sets

6%

3

Mean, median, mode

2%

1

Probability

2%

1

Permutations and combinations

4%

2

Group questions, sets

1%

0.5

Miscellaneous

12%

6

Arithmetic and geometric series

4%

2

Logic

1%

0.5

Limits

1%

0.5

Imaginary numbers

1%

0.5

 

 

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