Learn about the SAT


What’s a good SAT score? 

The new SAT is scored on a 1600 point scale. Your overall score is determined by combining your scores from the two sections: math and evidenced-based reading & writing.


How do I register for the SAT?

The SAT is offered five times a year. Plan your test date wisely and check registration deadlines before you sign up.


How to Interpret Your SAT Scores

Your SAT score report will overload you with information and numbers on how you did with each section and overall. Learn how to analyze it without confusion.

SAT Study Plan: 30 Days

In a perfect world, you would start studying for the SAT a few months in advance. But life is busy and scheduling can be tough. So now you have 30 days before Test Day, and you’re ready to get started. Here’s what you need.


What’s Tested on the SAT: Math Section

The SAT Math sections are the 3rd and 4th sections on the SAT test. During the first 25-minute SAT Math section, you are NOT allowed to use a calculator. During the next 55-minute SAT Math section, you are allowed to use your calculator.


SAT Pop Quiz

Our pop quiz is the quickest way to see if you’re ready for the kinds of questions you’ll find on the SAT. Solve the six problems and get detailed explanations for each. That way, you’ll know how to handle similar ones when they appear on Test Day.


What’s Tested on the SAT: Essay Section

The SAT Essay Test will assess your college and career readiness by testing your abilities to read and analyze a high-quality source document and write a coherent analysis of the source supported with critical reasoning and evidence from the given text.

SAT Question of the Day

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Free Online SAT Practice Test

Learn what to expect and how you’d score on the exam with a Free Practice Test. Plus, get a breakdown of which areas need improvement and how to score higher next time.

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