Prefer to take a pencil and paper practice test? Your school might have paper practice tests, or you can download and print the paper practice tests available below.
You'll need a printer, pencil, calculator, and timer to take the tests. Here are some tips:
Mark your answers in the correct row of ovals on the answer sheet. Be especially careful if you skip questions.
It's okay to guess. You won't lose any points if you're wrong.
If you're using a screen reader or other assistive technology, we recommend the Microsoft Word practice tests optimized for you. If you prefer, you can also practice using the MP3 audio format.
When you're ready to score your test, use the scoring guide and answer explanations provided with each practice test below to check your answers. We've removed SAT practice tests 2 and 4 and added practice tests 9 and 10.