The Mathematics section of SAT is widely known as Quantitative Section. The College Board has listed 41 specific skills that the new math test will assess.

The Mathematics section consists of two scored sections: A 25-minute section without calculator followed by a 55-minute section with calculator. The question types are Multiple Choice (45 questions) and Grid-in (13 questions) for a total of 58 questions. The Mathematics section includes algebra, problem solving, data analysis & advanced mathematics.

- Number Theory
- Integers
- Fractions/Decimals
- Positive/Negative, Even/Odd
- Number Line
- Multiples/Factors

- Operations
- Word Problems/Translation
- Squares/Square Root; Cubes/Cubed Root
- Rate formula
- Ratio

- Other Topics
- Sequences/Sets
- Logical Reasoning
- Permutations/Combinations
- Averages (Mean, Median, Mode)

- Equations
- Solvable equations
- PEMDAS
- Unsolvable equations
- Translation
- Linear
- Rational

- Factoring
- Difference of 2 squares
- Quadratic Equations
- Exponents
- Absolute Value

- Inequalities
- Variation
- Linear
- Rational

- Functions
- New Definitions
- Graph Interpretation
- Direct/Inverse Variation
- Linear
- Quadratic

- Points and Lines
- Midpoint
- Distance between points
- Coordinates
- Angles

- Triangles
- Perimeter/Area
- Congruency/Similarity
- Rule of Triangle Inequality
- Triangle Types/Special Triangles
- Right Triangles/Pythagorean Theorem

- Polygons
- Quadrilaterals
- Angle Formula

- Circles
- Circumference/Area
- Arc/Tangent/Chords

- Solid Geometry
- Cubes/Rectangular Solids
- Prisms/Cylinders
- Cones/Pyramids
- Volume/Surface Area

- Data Interpretation
- Statistics
- Probability