The SAT question paper has four sections- reading, writing, maths, and Essay. Each conducted at an interval of a few mins or hrs.
The first test conducted will be the reading test in which there will be 52 questions and 65 mins time will be given to you. There will be five passages in graphs, charts, etc., followed by a series of MCQs. Their passages will be related to past works in literature, history, social science, science, and many more.
The second test will be the writing and language test in which there will be 44 questions, and 35 mins will be given to you. It consists of 4 passages in charts, graphs, pictorial representations, etc., and 11 MCQs follow each passage. The primary purpose of this test is to check grammar, usage, style of English language, etc.
The third test conducted is maths comprising 58 questions, and 80 mins will be given to you. The question paper will be divided into two parts- no calculator and calculator part.
In the no calculator part, there will be 15 MCQs and five grids in question. The total time allotted will be 25 mins, and the use of calculators will be prohibited.
There will be 30 MCQs in the calculator part and eight grid questions, and 55 mins will be given to you. You can make use of a calculator for solving the questions.
All questions asked will be related to algebra, data analysis, advanced maths, geometry, trigonometry, etc.
The last test to be conducted in the Essay format. It is an optional test, and you will be given 55 mins time to write an essay. Its score will depend on three areas- reading, writing, and analysis.