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Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

The SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 1 is the name of a one-hour multiple choice test given on algebra, geometry, basic trigonometry, algebraic functions, elementarystatistics and basic foundations of calculus  by The College Board. A student chooses whether to take the test depending upon college entrance requirements for the schools in which the student is planning to apply. 

The test has 50 multiple choice questions that are to be answered in one hour. All questions have five answer choices. Students receive 1 point for every correct answer, lose ¼ of a point for each incorrect answer, and receive 0 points for questions left blank.

The questions cover a broad range of topics. Approximately 10-14% of questions focus on Numbers and Operations, 38-42% focus on Algebra and functions, 38-42% focus on Geometry (including Euclidean, coordinate, three-dimensional, and trigonometry) and Calculus, and 6-10% focus on Data analysis, Statistics, and probability.

The SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 2 covers more advanced content. In the USA, the SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 2 is the name of a one-hour multiple choice test. The questions cover a broad range of topics. Approximately 10-14% of questions focus on numbers and operations, 48-52% focus on algebra and functions, 28-32% focus on geometry (coordinate, three-dimensional, and trigonometric geometry are covered; plane geometry is not directly tested), and 6-10% focus on data analysis, statistics and probability. 

The test has 50 multiple choice questions that are to be answered in one hour. All questions have five answer choices. Students receive 1 point for every correct answer, lose ¼ of a point for each incorrect answer, and receive 0 points for questions left blank.