SAT Math Study Plan
After the “SAT Math Content” blog post I thought it would be logical to do a follow up with a study plan for the quantitative section. My timeline will be seeking to provide a starting point and I recommend you adopt the study plan in a way that works with academic schedule. The optimal preparation time varies for most students but I recommend at least a month for the quantitative section. A good study plan should engage you 5 days a week.
Week 
Day 
Content 
Week 1 
Monday 
Make sure you have a great reference textbook. The College Board text The Official SAT Study Guide is my preferred choice. The first day should be set aside to establish your baseline knowledge or preparedness for an educational experience or course of study.Hence start by taking a sample full practice test exam provided on the College Board website. Then to increase your score, 23 hours a day should be appropriate study time. 
Tuesday 
Now take time to really know what SAT is all about. This will help you map your preparation.
Note: Most of the information above is contained in Chapter 1, 2 and 14 (About the Mathematics Section) 

Wednesday 
Numbers and Operations: Introduction


Thursday 
Review the sample full practice test,study the answers and explanations of the questions you got wrong. 

Friday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Start working through the Numbers and Operations questions. 

Week 2 
Monday 
Numbers and Operations: Part 2

Tuesday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Finish working through the Numbers and Operations questions. 

Wednesday 
Algebra and Functions: Part 1


Thursday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Start working through the Algebra and Functions questions. 

Friday 
Algebra and Functions (Part 2)
Note: By the end of the 2^{nd }week you should be comfortable with the most important concepts on SAT Math. 

Week 3 
Monday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Finish working through the Algebra and Functions questions. You will notice that the questions will progressively get harder. Feel free to refer the text when you get stuck. We are still in the learning stage. 
Tuesday 
Geometry and Measurement:


Wednesday 
Geometry and Measurement: Part 2
Take time to find out what information is provided in the Reference Information section. Then incorporate the same while tackling the Geometry related questions. 

Thursday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Work through all the Geometry and Measurement questions. 

Friday 
Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability:
This will not be a very big section. 

Week 4 
Monday 
SAT Practice Test 1 & 2: Work through all the Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability questions. At this point you should have gone through all the Math questions in the 2 tests. 
Tuesday 
Take all the Math sections on SAT Practice Test 3 & 4. Make sure you time yourself and mimic a real exam situation. 

Wednesday 
Look through your answers and clarifications of the questions you got wrong. 

Thursday 
Take a full Official SAT test, including the Verbal section and write an essay.Compare your score to the baseline score in week 1. By this time you should be able to isolate which sections you fared well and which one you need to work on. 

Friday 
Look through your answers and clarifications of the questions you got wrong.Take time to work on your weak areas (by sections) as you also start working on the verbal content. 
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