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Online SAT* Prep | Improve Your SAT Score

Increase your score with our self-paced, online SAT prep course. The test is based on concepts taught throughout high school, but it would be almost impossible to prepare for the test by trying to review everything that was taught in grades 9 through 11. It also isn’t necessary. The SAT tests specific topics taught during those grades, not every topic. Our course covers all of the necessary topics and strategies for answering the questions that appear on the SAT.

Knowing what concepts the SAT tests you on will save you time and help you more readily find the right answer. Most students who take the Writing and Language Test cold have no idea how to answer the questions. However, after completing our writing and language lessons, students are able to quickly identify the best way to revise a sentence since they know what to look for. This results in saved time and more correct answers. The same is true for reading and math.

SAT Lessons & Practice Questions

Our course provides SAT lessons followed by practice problems to test your knowledge and keep you engaged. We track your progress as you work through the lessons, practice problems, and sample tests to give you an updated assessment highlighting your strengths, weaknesses and areas for greatest improvement.

The SAT is used by many colleges to determine admission, placement, and scholarships. Watch our video tutorials and then try the associated practice problems. With our video lessons and explanations, it is like having an SAT tutor by your side while you prepare.

Full-Length SAT Practice Tests

Get ready for the big day by taking practice SAT exams. Try to complete the test in one sitting, just like on test day. Use the practice tests to monitor your progress and identify your weaknesses. The SAT is broken into four main sections: Reading, Writing & Language, Math (No Calculator) and Math (Calculator).

Preparing for the SAT & College Applications

Many colleges use the SAT as part of the admissions and scholarship criteria. Typically, the SAT is not used as the sole factor to determine admission into a college, but a higher test score improves chances of being accepted, can determine academic placement, and can improve the likelihood of receiving a scholarship. Most colleges post information on their websites regarding the average SAT score of their most recent freshman class. Here is a blog post with ACT and SAT scores for certain colleges.

SAT Practice Tests Your Assessment

  How Our Online Test Prep Works

      42 SAT prep lessons

      Access to our SAT Math Fundamentals course

      Over 500 Practice problems

      4 Full-length practice tests

      Personalized assessment

      Analysis to maximize your score


  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the SAT and our Test Prep:

What sections are on the SAT?
Reading, Writing & Language, two Math sections, and an optional essay

Are all sections of the SAT covered?
All sections of the test are covered in detail, except for the optional sat essay. Most colleges do not require the essay, and it doesn’t affect your SAT score, so we do not cover it.

Can I watch the lessons in any order and answer practice questions/tests in any order?
Yes, you can go through our content in any order. However, we recommend that you follow the order in which the content is presented. Your study plan should reflect your assessment, which is updated after each practice test section is completed.

Can I use a calculator on the SAT?
Yes, calculators are not permitted on one of the math sections, section 4, but not the other, section 3.

When should I start preparing for the SAT?
The answer depends on the your goals and where your score is now. It is best to take a practice test and see how far the your score is from your goal. Higher scores are possible from going through our lessons and applying what you learned on practice tests. The more you work, the more your score will improve. It is better to work over an extended period of time, that to try and cram everything in a limited number of days. Research has proven that breaks in between learning helps retain knowledge (How to Study for a Test).

Are formulas given on the SAT?
There is a reference table with some formulas and relationships provided, but it is not all inclusive. For example, students may need to use the quadratic formula, but it is not given.

* SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.