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## How many questions are on the math section?

SAT Math Sections

Section | Number of Questions | Time |
---|---|---|

No calculator | 15 multiple choice, 5 grid-ins | 25 minutes |

With calculator | 30 multiple choice, 8 grid-ins (including one Extended Thinking question) | 55 minutes |

Total | 58 questions | 80 minutes |

**How long does the Aspire test take?**

9. How long does the Tessera test take? The Tessera is only 30 minutes to complete.

### What math is on the ACT 2021?

The ACT Math Test usually breaks down into 6 questions types: pre-algebra, elementary algebra, and intermediate algebra questions; plane geometry and coordinate geometry questions; and some trigonometry questions.

**What level of math is on the ACT?**

The ACT tests math skills that most students know by the beginning of grade 12 – which in practice means nothing beyond Algebra II. If you’re an advanced student, ACT math content will be very straightforward.

## Can you use a calculator on the Aspire test?

What is the calculator policy for ACT Aspire test? Students in Grade 6 and above can use calculators. (a calculator tool is available on the cBt version.) For Grades 3–5, direct evidence of students executing important computational skills, practices, and understandings is required, so calculators are not permitted.

**What does the Aspire test prepare you for?**

The goal of Aspire is to identify learning gaps early on to help students stay on track for college readiness, while also preparing students for the content on the ACT. To do that, Aspire will also track college readiness using the ACT’s benchmarks.

### Is ACT math easier than SAT?

ACT Math Is Both Easier – and Harder – than SAT Math. Making a decision between the SAT Math test and the ACT Math test is actually one of the more significant choices you’ll need to make. The SAT and ACT test Math skills in very different ways. The SAT Math requires less memorization of formulas.

**Is ACT easier than SAT?**

Section Summary: Neither the SAT nor the ACT is harder than the other – but each test benefits a different type of student. It’s essential that you figure out which test is best suited for you, so that you can achieve the highest scores possible.

## How many questions can you miss on the ACT and get a 36?

Any way you calculate it, you can miss or skip a maximum of 2 questions to get a 36 composite score.

**Does ACT check your calculator?**

Another overlooked rule to remember is that calculators are only allowed to be used on the ACT Math test. Because according to the ACT’s testing policy, the staff is explicitly responsible for checking your calculator and if it’s not allowed, they are required to confiscate it and can void your test too.