Got any advice to help with the math section of the SAT?
You won't need an advanced calculator. One of the nice (or not so nice, depending on how you look at it) things about the SAT math section is that you have to rely on your own abilities in order to do well. In other words, not even the biggest, baddest calculator in the world will save you if you don't know your stuff. The content on the SAT is relatively simple (nothing beyond algebra and geometry) and you could very well tackle the test without a calculator. Nevertheless, it's a good idea to have a simple one (a stripped-down four-function one is fine) to check your basic calculations. After all, a simple arithmetic error could cost you the right answer!