Links To Every SAT Practice Test + Other Free Resources

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In order to prepare for the SAT, you not only need to review key concepts, formulas, and test-taking strategies, but you also need to practice putting these skills to use in a real SAT test setting. The best way to do that is to go through practice questions and tests designed to mimic questions on the actual SAT test.


It’s no simple task creating SAT practice questions. After all, there are few different types of SAT questions, and they’re usually very carefully worded in order to trick you. Therefore, when you’re practicing for the SAT, you need to make sure that the questions are constructed exactly as the actual exam questions will be.


There are a few free online practice tests and resources that are guaranteed to give you the best and most accurate practice questions. This is our one-stop shop for all of your free SAT practice resources.


1. CollegeBoard’s Online Practice Exams


CollegeBoard has partnered with Khan Academy to provide paperless, online practice exams that are automatically scored at the end of the exam and keep you on track with section time limits.


These exams are perfect for anyone who is looking to practice time management and get real-time feedback on their exam. This the easiest way to simulate a real SAT testing situation without having to go through the hassle of timing yourself and grading your own exam at the end. You don’t have to make an account or pay any subscription for this service. It is completely free.


2. Paper Practice Exams


If taking an online practice exam isn’t your thing, or if you really want to take a paper exam since that’s how it’ll be on the actual test day, CollegeBoard also has some great SAT Practice Exams that can be downloaded and printed out for your convenience. There are 8 exams you can go through, all in the new SAT format (on a 1600 scale).  


It’ll be up to you to print out the exams, time yourself on each section, and score the exam afterward. However, CollegeBoard has provided all of the rubrics, instructions, and feedback so that you can use these exams to adequately study for the SAT.


Want to give these paper exams a try? You can print them out here.


3. CollegeBoard’s Sample Questions


CollegeBoard also releases some sample SAT questions from every SAT section on their own website, not in the form of a practice exam. These stand-alone questions are presented in a quiz-format. You will be presented with the question online and will have to choose an answer. There is no time limit imposed. Only after you have answered that question will you be told whether you were right or wrong and why. Then, after releasing the feedback on that question, they will move on to the next question.


The SAT sample questions cover Math, Reading, Writing and Language, and Essay sections. If you just want to get used to the kinds of questions that are asked on the SAT without being stressed about taking an entire practice exam, this is perfect for you.


Ready to try this? Find SAT sample questions here.

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4. Daily Practice App


This helpful app, created by CollegeBoard, gives you one SAT question a day to work through and answer, along with hints and in-depth answer explanations to help you improve. It also gives you instant scoring and answer explanations on an SAT practice test by scanning your completed answer sheet with your phone.


The Daily Practice app is not free, but it is far cheaper than most SAT prep books. It is a great resource to have when you have a few spare minutes and want to get some light SAT prep done.


CollegeVine’s Free SAT Resources and Tips


In addition to the resources that CollegeBoard offers, we at CollegeVine also have some excellent free resources for students looking to have an edge in their SAT prep.


Here are some of resources and tips that you might be interested in:


1. Free SAT Prep Checklist


Our convenient and comprehensive SAT Prep Checklist walks you through the best way to go about prepping for the SAT. It’s perfect to keep in your study binder or to use on your computer. In this checklist, you’ll find helpful information on how to interpret your PSAT scores, ways to create a useful study outline, advice from our expert SAT Tutors, and more!


2. SAT Prep Blog Posts


On the CollegeVine Blog, you can find multiple helpful posts on anything and everything you need to know for the SAT. From basic study strategies to detailed practice questions with answer explanations, the CollegeVine blog is likely to have all the answers you need.


3Free SAT Prep Consultation


If you’re interested in getting more targeted and personalized help with your SAT, but aren’t ready to make a financial commitment to our full SAT program just yet, don’t worry! You can schedule a completely free consultation with one of our experts. You’ll discuss your current SAT situation, and we’ll give you some helpful advice on how to move forward.


Finally, CollegeVine also offers a comprehensive SAT Tutoring Program. When you sign up for our program, you’ll not only get personalized instruction from one of our SAT experts, but you’ll also have access to a wide variety of free resources. Every student in our SAT Tutoring Program is able to take diagnostic SAT tests that we use to highlight specific concepts he/she needs help on.


For More Information


Need some help with your SAT Prep? Check out these CollegeVine blog posts:


Your Ultimate Guide To Mastering SAT Vocabulary

The CollegeVine Guides To The SAT

Ultimate Guide To The New SAT Math Test

A Guide To The New SAT


Preparing for the SAT? Download our free guide with our top 8 tips for mastering the SAT.

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Sadhvi Mathur
Senior Blogger at CollegeVine
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Sadhvi is a recent graduate from the University of California, Berkeley, where she double majored in Economics and Media Studies. Having applied to over 8 universities, each with different application platforms and requirements, she is eager to share her knowledge now that her application process is over. Other than writing, Sadhvi's interests include dancing, playing the piano, and trying not to burn her apartment down when she cooks!