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SAT PRACTICE TEST REVIEW

The SAT test, also known as the SAT Reasoning Test, is used in the application process to colleges and universities in the United States. The test measures critical thinking skills and the ability to analyze and solve problems, and is often thought of as a measure of future college success.

The SAT test is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) at various locations across the country, and it is developed, published, and scored by the College Board.

The SAT test is given seven times a year in the United States. Specific test dates and test locations can be found online on the College Board’s website.

There are two ways to register for the SAT test, online or by mail. Online registration is completed on the website of the College Board. In order to register by mail, one needs a copy of the SAT Registration Booklet. This booklet can be obtained from a high school counselor, and it contains the registration form and envelope, as well as registration instructions.

Free SAT Practice

  1. SAT Math Practice Test
  2. SAT Reading Practice Test
  3. SAT Writing Practice Test

SAT MATH PRACTICE TEST

The free SAT Math practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the SAT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Math portion of the SAT.

The Math portion will consist of two sections, a 44 question multiple-choice section, and a 10 question student-response section. These will address six main topics:

  • Numbers and Operations
  • Algebra and Functions
  • Geometry and Measurements
  • Data Analysis
  • Statistics
  • Probability

Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have ensured that the SAT Math practice test will cover these topics thoroughly.

When taking this portion of the SAT, the test-taker will have a total of 70 minutes to finish.

The test will be broken down into two 25-minute sections and one 20-minute section.

Test-takers will not be allowed to use a calculator in one of the two sections.

SAT READING PRACTICE TEST

The free SAT Reading practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the SAT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Reading portion of the SAT.

The Reading portion will consist of two sections, a 48 question passage-based reading section, and a 19 question sentence completion section. These will address three main topics:

  • Command of Evidence
  • Words in Context
  • Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science

Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have ensured that the SAT Reading practice test will cover these topics thoroughly.

When taking this portion of the SAT, the test-taker will have a total of 70 minutes to complete all 67 questions on the test.

The test will be divided and broken down into two 25-minute sections and one 20-minute section.

SAT WRITING PRACTICE TEST

The free SAT Writing practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the SAT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Writing portion of the SAT.

The Writing portion will consist of two sections, a 49 question multiple-choice section, and an essay section. These will address five main topics:

  • Command of Evidence
  • Words in Context
  • Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science
  • Expression of Ideas
  • Standard English Conventions

Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have ensured that the SAT Writing practice test will cover these topics thoroughly.

When taking this portion of the SAT, the test-taker will have a total of 60 minutes to complete all 49 questions on the test, as well as the essay.

The test will be divided and broken down into one 25-minute essay portion, one 25-minute multiple-choice section, and one 10-minute multiple-choice section.

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