WEBSITES THAT OFFER HELP WITH THE SAT
- www.collegeboard.com - offers a "Question of the Day" that is a good place to see SAT practice
questions, and it offers advice not only on test-taking, but choosing a college and getting
- www.apps.collegeboard.com/satprep/index.jsp - there's a free mini practice test available at this
site, and you can also get an analysis of your score and suggestions for areas where you need
- www.review.com - The Princeton Review offers this site where you can take a practice test, join
discussions, and get lots of college advice.
- www.kaptest.com - This site not only offers SAT prep information but also offers some SAT
verbal and math games.
- www.powerprep.com - This site offers an "SAT Lab" and free weekly online classes where you
register for downloable software. The lessons seem very basic, but might be helpful. There are
also vocabulary, tips of the day, and college guidance.
- www.workman.com/upyourscore -The writers of Up Your Score, an SAT Prep book, have
prepared this site to continue to inform students in their irreverent, witty way about various tips
related to the SAT.
Since sites on the web are constantly growing and changing, it is advisable to point an Internet search
engine (such as "Google") at "Scholastic Assessment Test" or "SAT" (or ACT - The American College
Test) and sees what comes up.