The SAT Study Guide will tell you exactly what to expect on test day. You'll find practice tips, test-taking strategies, sample questions, and more.
Practice tests are also available online so you can simulate test day and figure out how to focus your SAT study.
Get tips and strategies to help you do your best on test day.
Find out how the SAT came to be, and what related services you can use along your path to college.
Work hard in school, familiarize yourself with the test's format, and get some test-day tips to help you prepare.
Learn all about the Reading Test, the Writing and Language Test, and the SAT Essay.
Understand the ways in which authors use evidence to support their arguments, and learn how to interpret different kinds of evidence.
Think about how a word's meaning changes and how authors' word choices affect their work.
The Reading Test measures your skills in comprehending texts across a wide range of genres, purposes, and subjects.
Think carefully about what a passage states and read between the lines to interpret the author's message.
Analyze word choice, text structure, point of view, purpose, and argument to show how authors convey their messages.
Make connections between related passages and draw conclusions about data found in tables and other informational graphics.
Read through five sample passages and their related questions. Find out which answers are best and why.
The Writing and Language Test measures your ability to revise and edit texts about different subjects and at different levels of complexity.
Improve the development, organization, and language of a passage.
Edit multiparagraph passages to correct problems with sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
The redesigned SAT Essay is aligned to typical college writing assignments. Get tips, read the prompt and sample essays, and get ready to write.
Explore the Math Test.
Get an overview of the Math Test's structure, its various areas of focus, and the kinds of questions you'll encounter.
These questions focus on your mastery of linear equations, systems of linear equations, and linear functions.
These questions test your ability to use statistics, modeling, and other skills to solve problems set in the real world.
These questions cover topics important for students to master before moving on to advanced math.
These questions focus on geometry, trigonometry, and the arithmetic of complex numbers.
Get test-taking strategies for the multiple-choice questions on the Math Test, and start practicing.
Learn how to grid in your answers, and get tips to help you succeed.