Collegeboard provides a database of digital SAT practice questions called Educator Question Bank that educators can use to create custom practice sets for the students preparing for the digital SAT to be launched in March 2024 in the US. The math section of the digital SAT has four domains: Algebra, Advanced Math, Problem-Solving and Data Analysis, and Geometry and Trigonometry. There are a total of 1079 math questions that students and educators can use to prepare for the digital SAT.
I just published the video explanations to all of the 60 math drills on algebra, advanced math, problem solving and data analysis, and geometry and trigonometry that are part of the new Official Digital SAT Study Guide.
Collegeboard has officially released The Official Digital SAT Study Guide. Let me first come to the meat of this book which are the four practice tests. These tests are duplicates of the tests that are part of the free official Bluebook app available from College Board, the creators of the digital SAT. The four practice tests in the Bluebook app are adaptive, meaning the first section is identical for everyone, however the difficulty level of the second section(easy or hard) will depend on how well you performed in the first module. This is how the actual digital SAT will be administered. However, the tests in the official guide are not adaptive. Instead, what they have done is to include a lower difficulty second-stage module in the case of Practice Tests 1 and 3, whereas Practice Tests 2 and 4 include a higher difficulty second-stage module.
My recommendation is to just skip this guide and practice with the free official Bluebook app available for download from Collegeboard’s digital SAT site.
Apart from the practice tests, the guide does have overview chapters with brief summary of topics tested(Algebra, Advanced Math, etc) and practice questions. There are chapter drills that can be of value. In the past, collegeboard has released copies of these documents in pdf format to the public, however I have not seen those documents. Potentially this part of the offical guide could be of some limited value.
The Official Digital SAT Study Guide will be released on 1st August 2023 by Collegeboard. The guide will have four practice tests and sample questions. Currently, we don’t know if these tests will be identical to the ones in the Bluebook app or the linear practice tests (non-adaptive) that have already been released by Collegeboard.
The SAT Skills Insight tool helps students interpret their digital SAT scores, and also allows them to see sample questions from different domains and difficulty levels. Collegeboard has released a set of 56 Digital SAT math questions that are organized by difficulty and belong to the following four domains: Algebra, Advanced Math, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, and Geometry and Trigonometry. These set of questions can be obtained from Skills Insight SAT Tool link at Collegeboard’s Digital SAT website. Here is the link to the playlist of videos that explain all of the math questions that are part of the Skills Insight SAT tool.