I want to practice a lot of real SAT math questions online.

What are some good resources?

asked 09 Jun '16, 15:38

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Our blog article, "Complete List of FREE SAT Math Practice Problems," is a great place to start - it includes links to all the free official SAT practice tests as well as to other official SAT questions.

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answered 10 Jun '16, 13:43

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I use Khan Academy. Their SAT prep is connected to The College Board, which allows you to upload your PSAT/SAT scores to get personalized prep.
Granted, it has it's problems, as noted here (http://blog.prepscholar.com/khan-academy-sat-will-never-be-enough-heres-why) but generally speaking it's one of the best resources solely for practice-question purposes. Setting up an account with Khan Academy is easy and free and can be done here (https://www.khanacademy.org/signup?continue=) << That looks like a smiley but is actually part of the link!
I highly recommend Khan Academy as a prep-resource. I use it, along with The Princeton Review Cracking the PSAT/SAT series, and have successfully raised my Math score by 500 points.

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