Perfect for studying on the go, this app contains over 480 multiple-choice questions on all sections fo the SAT exam: Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. Topics include algebra, geometry, probability, reading comprehension, English grammar and composition, and more!
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There are about 154 questions on the SAT exam across three main categories: Reading (52 questions), Writing and Language (44 questions), and Math (58 questions).
The SAT exam is three hours long.
A good passing score for the SAT exam is typically considered to be in the 50th percentile or higher.
A competitive SAT score is helpful for college admissions.
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