There are 8 available practice tests for the 1600-point SAT®  provided by the College Board.

Practice Test 1: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 3: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 5: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 6: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 7: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 8: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 9: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

Practice Test 10: Questions | Answers | Answer Explanations | Scoring

 

Practice Test 2 and 4 have been removed from the College Board list of available practice tests.

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Below are the official time limits for each SAT® section. Be sure to adhere to them for the most accurate score.
SAT® Section Time # of Questions Time per Question
Reading 65 minutes 52 75 seconds
Writing and Language 35 minutes 44 48 seconds
Math No Calculator 25 minutes 20 75 seconds
Math Calculator 55 minutes 38 87 seconds
  • You will need a calculator, scrap paper and a quiet place to work.
  • Adhere to the time limit for each section. Breaks should be timed as well.
  • Do not move to the next section until the timer runs out on the section you are working on.
  • Skip over any practice SAT® Essays you come across. The Collegeboard has recently removed them from the official exam, however you may still come across them in some versions of practice tests.

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