Digital SAT Practice Test 1 Solved

New SAT Digital Version Practice Test 1 Solved for Practice
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Be able to understand the different concepts the mathematics portion of the SAT will assess students on.
Identify the student's weaknesses.
Recognize patterns in the types of questions asked.
Being able to adapt to the different version of the SAT.


  • Some algebra knowledge


A run-through of the first module of practice test 1 of the new digital version of the SAT. In this free course, there are 27 questions about different questions the SAT will ask of students. Some of these topics include the following:

  • linear functions

  • probability

  • finding the roots of quadratics

  • geometry

  • variable understanding

  • solving systems of equations

  • equation solving

  • standard form of linear equations

  • geometric factors of shapes

  • values in data sets

  • circles and equations about circles

  • unit circle, radians, and degrees

  • The x intercept and y intercept

  • Understanding of solutions of quadratic equations and the discriminant

  • conversion of units, including squared and cubic units

  • factoring

  • understanding how to read functions that are displayed graphically

Hopefully by the end of this video, you will be able to better understand how certain problems are done, while also becoming better accustomed to the new questions the SAT might ask. As you can tell, the digital SATs don't seem to ask multiple questions about 1 or more piece of information as it once did. All the other modules and practice tests will be posted soon as well. Also, the next course on the digital SATs will have about five problems for you to practice.

Who this course is for:

  • 9th-12th graders


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Hi, my name is Peter Saliba and I am an alum of the University of Virginia majoring in pure mathematics, economics, and minoring in data science. Throughout my high school and university life, I've been passionate about teaching students in different fields and have 6 years of tutoring and teaching experience. I decided to become a Udemy instructor to better serve students across the globe in classes of their liking. I hope you are as excited to learn from me as I am to offer my courses!

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