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SAT Study Resources
College Board and Khan Academy have partnered to provide free test preparation materials.
To use Khan Academy and begin practicing, click here.
College Board Study App
The College Board has created the Daily Practice for the New SAT app. The App has a “One Question a Day” routine. It gives you instant feedback and provides hints if you’re stuck. It also has an Instant Score Check built in, which will let you instantly score a SAT Practice Test with your phone.
College Board Practice Tests
To take official College Board Practice Tests, use the links below. Instant Score Check from the Daily Practice for the New SAT app works with these tests and bubble sheets.
SAT Subject Tests
SAT Subject Tests are administered by the College Board, all of them encompassing either Mathematics, History, Science, Languages, or English. Most selective schools require that you take two Subject Tests but you should look into the colleges you would like to go to for more specific information. It’s suggested that you take the test after you complete the course in High School to ensure that you do well on the tests.
Khan’s Tutorial offers an extensive program to help you prepare. Learn more by clicking here.
To learn more about the Subject Tests, click here.
The ACT is an alternative college admissions examination. Some students prefer it to the more traditional SAT. Most colleges now accept the ACT as an alternative to the SAT, but you should still look into the specific colleges you’d like to apply to make sure that they will consider the scores.
Preparing for the ACT
The ACT Organization has a guide on the ACT along with a practice test that you should take. To read about the ACT and to take a practice test, click here.
8 Tools to Prepare for the ACT
This is a quick guide created by the ACT Organization to covers the fundamentals on practicing and preparing for the ACT. To learn more, click here.
Advanced Placement (AP) Exams
The Advanced Placement exams are administered by the College Board to test your knowledge on the Advanced Placement classes you have taken. These exams may be used by colleges to determine whether or not they want to accept you. In addition, they may be used by colleges to determine whether or not to give you credit for the AP classes you've taken.
AP Practice Questions
The College Board has practice questions for every AP exam. To get a brief understanding for what to expect, and to do a few practice questions, click here.
Regents examinations are administered by the New York State Board of Regents at the completion of a regents course in school.
The New York State Board of Regents publishes regents examinations that was previously administered by the State. They’re great practice, as they are examples of real examinations that were previously given. To view previous exams, use the links below.
High School ELA (Common Core)
Algebra I (Common Core)
Geometry (Common Core)
Algebra II (Common Core)
Global History & Geography
U.S. History & Government