# Free SAT II Math I Diagnostic Tests

Take the Varsity Learning Tools free diagnostic test for SAT II Math I to determine which academic concepts you understand and which ones require your ongoing attention. Each SAT II Math I problem is tagged down to the core, underlying concept that is being tested. The SAT II Math I diagnostic test results highlight how you performed on each area of the test. You can then utilize the results to create a personalized study plan that is based on your particular area of need.

### All SAT II Math I Resources

The SAT Subject Test in Math Level 1 is specifically a mathematics exam, unlike the “regular” SAT, which is a generalized exam that tests mathematics in addition to a number of other core subjects. It tests algebraic and geometric mathematical concepts, but doesn’t include many concepts from trigonometry or pre-calculus classes. If math is your best subject, you should consider demonstrating your skills on this Subject Test; colleges like to see quantitative measures of applicants’ applications, and doing well on the SAT Subject Test in Math Level 1 will boost you above competing students who only passed their high school math courses. The reasoning behind this is that while many, many students who apply to colleges can say that they did well in their high school math courses, not as many can say that they did well on the SAT Subject Test in Math. It’s designed to be a rather difficult exam in order to quantize the skill levels of students who are already near the tops of their various math classes. That means, though, that doing well on this exam makes you look extra wonderful on your applications, so it’s a challenge worth undertaking.

So, what exactly is tested on the SAT Subject Test in Mathematics I? Consult the following ratios to find out:

• Numbers and Operations (10–14%)
• Algebra and Functions (38–42%)
• Geometry and Measurement (38–42%)
• Data analysis, statistics, and probability (8–12%)

Since every SAT Subject Test lasts for one hour no matter what subject is tested, all SAT Subject Tests are entirely multiple-choice, and the SAT Subject Test in Math Level 1 contains fifty problems, you should have enough data to estimate how many problems of each type you will encounter on the exam. For example, you should expect to encounter anywhere from five to seven Numbers and Operations problems when taking the SAT Subject Test in Math Level 1: (0.10 * 50 = 5; 0.14 * 50 = 7).

# Free SAT II Math I Practice Tests

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