All math questions encountered on the SAT Ladder will be multiple-choice style questions. Whatever topics are fair game on a real SAT will be fair game on the SAT Ladder. This works well because it will help you gain familiarity with the types of questions you will see on test day.
You will find three buttons at the top of the screen for each math question:
If you press the pencil icon at the top of the screen, the scrap paper will pop up and will allow you to work through some quick math using your finger to write out notes. Our advice would be for you to have some actual paper handy whenever possible to help you move as quickly as possible through the questions.
If you press the middle icon containing math symbols, the calculator will pop up. This will allow you to avoid the often painful process of doing calculations in your head. Our advice would be for you to have the calculator you intend to use on test day by your side whenever possible to help you move as quickly as possible through the questions.
FORMULA CHEAT SHEET
If you press the formula icon to the far right, the formula screen will pop up. This screen contains all the formulas that will be available to you on test day. Don't forget about these when doing math problems that require the use of formulas - it could save you a few precious seconds here and there!