These tests aren't really something you "review" for. Rather, you should practice. Get some practice materials online or at your local bookstore. Work through some practice tests to get familiar with the format of the test. If there are some types of questions that you are consistently getting wrong, ask someone for help. Chances are you already have learned all or most of the material covered on the test.
when i took it, there were no seriously advanced stuffit didnt have any geometry or trig but rather number concept stuff and word problems.remember, the SAT is a reasoning test, not a test to measure how much u hav learned
Like, everything. I took the SAT three months ago, and a scattered amount of categories were on it. Everything you learned may not be on it, but you should study Algebra I & II, Geometry, Calculus, Trig, etc..., just to be safe.