New SAT Test Preparation
Are you thinking of going to College? If you are, then you would probably need to consider taking a college admission exam like the SAT.
Getting prepared for the SAT can be intimidating. Going through some of the information in this web site will help to make it easier for you.
The SAT is an important test. It's different from the tests that you're used to taking in school. However, don’t worry. The SAT is a predictable test and can be well prepared through practice.
Preparing for the SAT is like studying for any tests. You need to review the test’s format and become familiar with its content. Getting a good study guide and working through the practice questions would definitely help. You can also receive a daily SAT question by e-mail from College Board or try out some practice questions from this site.
SAT Practice Questions
Like most of other exams, you can increase your SAT scores through practice.
Try out free SAT Practice Questions (with Hints & Solutions) - Geometry: Questions 1-5, Questions 6-10
Download our FREE Sample SAT Practice Test
Go through the following worked solutions for the
Official SAT Study Guide
Practice Test #1 in video.
Practice Test #2 in video.
Practice Test #3 in video
Practice Test #4 in video
Practice Test #5 in video
Practice Test #6 in video
Practice Test #7 in video
Practice Test #8 in video
SAT Tips and Strategies
Knowing some SAT tips and strategies will also help you optimize your time and avoid making unnecessary mistakes before and during the test.
Overall SAT Test Tips: Before The Test, During The Test
SAT Tips For The Math Section
SAT Tips For The Writing Section
SAT Tips For The Critical Reading Section
SAT Essay Prompts
The following are the SAT essay prompts or questions given by the College Board for the different test periods. Go through some of them to see the types of essay prompts you will most likely encounter. Try writing some of them following the SAT Tips For The Writing Section. Start from the more recent questions.
The prompts consists of two parts: The first part is a quote that relates to the assignment. The second part is what you should write about in your assignment or essay.
- December 2008 Prompts
- November 2008 Prompts
- October 2008 Prompts
- June 2008 Prompts
- May 2008 Prompts
- March 2008 Prompts
- January 2008 Prompts
- December 2007 Prompts
- November 2007 Prompts
- October 2007 Prompts
- June 2007 Prompts
- May 2007 Prompts
- March 2007 Prompts
- January 2007 Prompts
- December 2006 Prompts
- November 2006 Prompts
- October 2006 Prompts
- June 2006 Prompts
- January 2006, June 2005 and March 2005 Prompts
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