## Welcome to SAT & ACT

**Math** is the second section on the **ACT**. One of the biggest differences between **SAT Math** and **ACT Math** is time. In general, the **SAT** gives you more time to think through **questions**. The **ACT**, on the other hand, has more time pressure and focuses more on recalling information or skills you’ve learned in high school.

Colleges use both the SAT and the ACT in their admissions decisions, and neither is considered “better” than the other. The tests are generally used in the same way: to determine your academic readiness and potentially award merit scholarships. They also cover a lot of the same material, including mastery of high school level math.

But if colleges have no preference over which test you take, then how do you make the decision between the two? Is there one better suited to you? Here’s what you need to know about the SAT Math and ACT Math sections and how to decide between them.

**SAT SUBJECT MATH LEVEL 1 LEVEL2**

The SAT SUBJECT MATH level 1 exam covers the subjects learned in the first three years of high school. The SAT SUBJECT MATH level 2 exam covers all topics at Level 1, plus trigonometry and precalculus. Taking the SAT SUBJECT MATH level 1 and Level 2 exams will help you show your interest and skills in mathematics and will set you apart from your competitors in the schools you will apply to. Some Universities may specify certain SAT subject exams as a requirement, but even if this is not the case, students may choose to take these exams to get ahead of their competitors. READ MORE…

#### SAT SUBJECT TESTS

SAT Subject Tests have been discontinued in the United States, and will be discontinued internationally after June 2021. It will also discontinue the optional SAT Essay after the June 2021.