There is very little material I've seen covered from that list on the SAT I. Some of it might help you out / save time, but I only would recommend that if you know what you're doing. Glancing over that sheet, the only things useful for the SAT I are Systems of Equations, Basic area formulas (the complicated ones they give you), Quadratic formula, and the diagonal sum formula. The probability and sequences and series info is not explained very well. I hate how they demonstrate using the nPr and nCr method. I find it a lot easier to visualize the probability problems rather than try to use the formula.