Free Online SAT Test Prep

Some students take the SAT unprepared, but putting in some work ahead of time with Livius Prep’s free online SAT Test Prep class can make a big difference in your test results.

For over 35 years, Livius Prep has provided tutoring, test preparation, academic guidance and college counseling to students, schools, and communities. We recently expanded our programs to include a full-service online offering (which includes AP exam prep and tutoring in various subjects).

About Online Test Prep

Free Online SAT Test PrepLivius’ online courses are built on our industry-backed curriculum and our 8+ methodology and are designed to give each student the best odds of answering each and every question correctly, leading to extraordinary results.

Online SAT prep takes place in a virtual classroom. Options include:

  • Prep Essentials, an online platform that features thousands of practice questions and full-length practice tests. Students participate in 12 hours of live online class instruction and ask questions like they would in an in-person classroom.
  • Online Private Tutoring, which provides 1-to-1 private test prep with Online Essentials and access to our online platform that features thousands of practice questions.

Livius Prep’s completely unique and innovative approach includes instruction based on the Mastering and Secrets of the SAT books and is accompanied by simulated practice tests and score analysis.

Questions About the SAT

When should students take the SAT?

Most students should plan to take their first SAT in the summer prior to their junior year. If you fall short of your target score, you can continue to study and then retake the SAT in the fall, winter, and spring. In fact, we recommend taking the SAT at least twice.

How long does the SAT take?

The SAT takes 3 hours, and students are given 15 minutes for breaks. If you sign up for the optional Essay (which will be discontinued after June 2021 testing), the entire test takes 3 hours and 50 minutes to complete (or 4 hours and 5 minutes with breaks).

How many questions are on the SAT?

The SAT is designed to measure students’ abilities in three areas: Reading, Writing and Language, and Math.

The Reading section has 52 multiple-choice questions that are based on passages drawn from U.S. and World Literature, History/Social Studies, and Science.

The Writing and Language section consists of 44 multiple-choice questions that are related to four passages on a range of topics that include Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities and Science.

The Math section is divided into two subsections: calculator and no calculator. There are 38 questions in the calculator section and 20 questions in the no-calculator section

How is the SAT scored?

Your SAT score will range from 400 to 1600, with two sections – Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing – each receiving a score between 200 and 800. If you elect to take the optional and soon-to-be-discontinued SAT Essay, it will be scored separately and will not be included in your overall SAT score.

Livius Prep has created 100% free online SAT test prep programs that will help every student take ownership of their learning and their future. Call us at 800-428-8378 or contact us online to learn more about our services.