SAT Math Pre-test (For Students)

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 154  Settings  READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY FOR THE MOST ACCURATE RESULTS EXAM BASICS24 multiple choice questions25 minutes timed1 point for correction, 0 points for skipped, -1/4 points for incorrect PLEASE NOTE:Imagine you are taking the official SAT exam and do your absolute best so that the results are meaningful. This is just ONE section from the Reading portion of the SAT (there are 3-4 in a full exam consisting of 10 sections). Taking this practice test will give us a good estimate of your baseline score. * The most accurate measure is a full length proctored exam. We may use this score to create a Pacing Guide, which is very useful! * This practice test is not accurate enough to be used as a baseline for any Student-Tutor guarantee.

• 1.
In the figure above, AD, BE, and CF intersect at point O. If the measure of angle AOB is 80 degrees and CF bisects angle BOD, what is the measure of angle EOF?
• A.

40

• B.

50

• C.

60

• D.

70

• E.

80

• 2.
• A.

3

• B.

5

• C.

15

• D.

25

• E.

60

• 3.
The figures above represent three pieces of cardboard. All angles of the cardboard pieces are right angles, all short sides have length 1, and all long sides have length 2. Which of the following figures could be made from only the three pieces of cardboard without over-lapping or cutting them?
• A.

None

• B.

I only

• C.

II only

• D.

III only

• E.

I and II

• 4.
How many integers greater than 20 and less than 30 are each the product of exactly two different numbers, both of which are prime?
• A.

Zero

• B.

One

• C.

Two

• D.

Three

• E.

Four

• 5.
The figure above shows the graph of a quadratic function h whose maximum value is h(2). If h(a) = 0, which of the following could be the value of a?
• A.

-1

• B.

0

• C.

2

• D.

3

• E.

4

• 6.
In the figure above, if the legs of triangle ABC are parallel to the axes, which of the following could be the lengths of the sides of triangle ABC?
• A.

2, 5, and square root of 29

• B.

2, 5, and 7

• C.

3, 3, and 3 square root of 2

• D.

3, 4, and 5

• E.

4, 5, and square root of 41

• 7.
If k is a positive integer, which of the following must represent an even integer that is twice the value of an odd integer?
• A.

2k

• B.

2k + 3

• C.

2k + 4

• D.

4k + 1

• E.

4k + 2

• 8.
If 3x + n = x + 1, what is n in terms of x?
• A.

4x + 1

• B.

2x + 1

• C.

2 - x

• D.

1 - 2x

• E.

1 - 4x

• 9.
In the table above, each letter represents the number of students in that category. Which of the following must be equal to z?
• A.

K + s

• B.

M + x

• C.

R + s

• D.

R + s + t

• E.

K + n + r + s

• 10.
In triangle ABC above, what is the value of x?
• A.

25

• B.

30

• C.

35

• D.

40

• E.

60

• 11.
The Martins' refrigerator is broken and it will cost \$300 to fix it. A new energy-efficient refrigerator, costing \$900, will save the Martins \$15 per month on their electric bill. If they buy the new refrigerator, in x months the Martins will have saved an amount equal to the difference between the cost of the new refrigerator and the cost of fixing the old one. What is the value of x?
• A.

20

• B.

25

• C.

36

• D.

40

• E.

60

• 12.
The perimeter of equilateral triangle ABC is 3 times the perimeter of equilateral triangle DEF. If the perimeter of triangle DEF is 10, what is the length of one side of triangle ABC?
• A.

3 1/3

• B.

10

• C.

15

• D.

30

• E.

40

• 13.
A machine mints coins at the rate of one coin per second. If it does this for 10 hours each day, approximately how many days will it take the machine to mint 360,000 coins?
• A.

10

• B.

100

• C.

1,000

• D.

10,000

• E.

100,000

• 14.
If the average (arithmetic mean) of x and 3x is 12, what is the value of x?
• A.

2

• B.

4

• C.

6

• D.

12

• E.

24

• 15.
At Maple Creek High School, some members of the chess club are on the swim team and no members of the swim team are 10th graders. Which of the following must also be true?
• A.

No members of the chess club are 10th graders

• B.

Some members of the chess club are 10th graders

• C.

Some members of the chess club are not 10th graders

• D.

More 10th graders are on the swim team than are in the chess club

• E.

More 10th graders are in the chess club than are on the swim team

• 16.

• A.

See above

• B.

See above

• C.

See above

• D.

See above

• E.

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