SAT / ACT

This link https://blog.prepscholar.com/sat-math-vs-act-math-whats-the-difference will help you understand the difference between SAT math and ACT math.



ACT

ACT Preparation

Following are Elevated Math lessons deemed by tutors as highly relevant for boosting scores on the ACT test.

ACT – American College Testing
 

M1.1      Order of Operations

M1.2      Divisibility Rules

M2.3      Large Numbers: Multiplication

M2.4      Large Numbers: Division

M2.5      Problem Solving Strategies

M4.1      Concepts of Fractions, Ratios, and Percents

M4.2      Concepts of Decimal Place Value and Fraction and Percent Equivalents

M5.6      Exponents and Powers

M6.1      Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators

M6.2      Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators

M6.3      Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators

M6.4      Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

M6.5      Multiplying Fractions

M6.6      Dividing Fractions

M7.1      Square Roots

M7.2      Finding Percents

M7.3      Decimal and Percent Equivalents

M7.4      Ratios, Rates and Proportional Reasoning

M7.5      Percent Proportions

M7.6      Using Percent Equations

M7.7      Problem Solving with Percents

M8.1      Language of Geometry

M8.2      Angle Classification and Line Relationships

M8.3      Angle Relationships and Parallel Lines

M8.4      Triangles

M8.6      Similar Triangles

M8.7      Right Triangles

M9.1      Polygons

M9.2      Quadrilaterals

M9.3      Circles

M9.4      Similar Polygons

M10.1    Points in a Coordinate Plane

M10.3    Coordinate Geometry

M13.1    Perimeter and Circumference

M13.2    Area

A2.1       Using the Language of Algebra

A3.1       Identifying Properties of Equality

A3.2       Solving Equations by Inspection

A3.3       Solving One-Step Linear Equations

A3.4       Solving Two-Step Linear Equations

A3.5       Solving Multi-Step Linear Equations

A3.6       Rewriting Formulas

A4.1       Translating Sentences into Algebraic Equations

A4.2       Solving Consumer/Business Problems Using Equations of One Variable

A4.3       Solving Geometry Problems Using Equations of One Variable

A5.1       Solving Linear Inequalities by Inspection

A5.2       Solving One-Step Linear Inequalities

A5.3       Solving Two-Step Linear Inequalities

A6.1       Solving Basic Absolute Value Equations

A6.3       Solving Inequalities Using “Absolute Value is Less Than”

A6.4       Solving Inequalities Using “Absolute Value is Greater Than”

A7.1       Defining Linear Equations of Two Variables and Their Solutions

A8.1       Finding Slope

A8.2       Writing Equations of Lines, Given the Slope and y-Intercept

A13.1     Defining Quadratic Equations of One Variable

A13.3     Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

A13.5     Solving Quadratic Equations by the Quadratic Formula

A14.1     Graphing Simple Quadratic Relations

A14.2     Graphing Quadratic Relations by Analysis

A14.3     Solving Problems using Quadratic Graphs

A18.1     Solving One-Step Radical Equations

A18.2     Solving Multi-Step Radical Equations

A19.1     Finding Mean, Median and Mode

A20.2     Solving Basic Probability Problems

A20.3     Solving Advanced Probability Problems


SAT

SAT Preparation

Following are the Elevated Math lessons deemed highly relevant for boosting scores on the SAT test.

SAT  (Scholastic Assessment Test)   

M1.1      Order of Operations

M1.3      Properties of Addition and Multiplication and Inverse Operations

M1.4      Distributive Property

M3.1      Integers and Absolute Value

M3.2      Adding Integers

M3.3      Subtracting Integers

M3.4      Multiplying and Dividing Integers

M3.5      Solving Problems with Integers

M4.1      Concepts of Fractions, Ratios, and Percents

M4.3      Factors and Prime Factorization

M5.1      Rounding and Comparing Decimals

M5.2      Converting, Comparing and Ordering

M5.6      Exponents and Powers

M7.3      Decimal and Percent Equivalents

M7.4      Ratios, Rates and Proportional Reasoning

M7.6      Using Percent Equations

M7.7      Problem Solving with Percents

M8.3      Angle Relationships and Parallel Lines

M8.4      Triangles

M8.7      Right Triangles

M9.3      Circles

M10.1    Points in a Coordinate Plane

M10.2    Classifying Geometric Figures Using Points

M10.3    Coordinate Geometry

M11.1    Translations and Reflections

M13.1    Perimeter and Circumference

M13.2    Area

M13.3    Irregular Shapes

A1.4       Simplifying Expressions with Exponents and Roots

A2.2       Translating Word Phrases into Algebraic Expressions

A2.5       Evaluating Expressions

A4.2       Solving Consumer/Business Problems Using Equations of One Variable

A4.3       Solving Geometry Problems Using Equations of One Variable

A4.4       Solving Mixture and Rate Problems Using Equations of One Variable

A5.7       Solving Problems Using Inequalities of One Variable

A6.5       Solving Problems Using Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities

A7.1       Defining Linear Equations of Two Variables and Their Solutions

A7.2       Graphing Linear Equations of Two Variables

A7.4       Solving Consumer/Business Problems Using Linear Equations and Inequalities of Two Variables

A9.1       Defining Relations and Functions

A9.2       Evaluating Functions

A9.3       Writing Functions from Patterns

A9.4       Graphing Functions

A9.5       Solving Problems Using Functions

A10.2     Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination

A10.5     Solving Problems Using Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

A11.1     Applying Rules of Exponents

A12.3     Factoring by Grouping

A18.3     Solving Problems Using Radical Equations

A18.4     Solving Problems Using the Distance and Midpoint Formulas

A19.1     Finding Mean, Median and Mode

A20.1     Finding Permutations and Combinations