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Taking a full-length SAT practice test is one of the best ways to simulate test day. Eight official SAT practice tests are available for free, both online and on paper.
Created by the makers of the SAT, each practice test has the same types of questions you'll see on test day. Six of the practice tests have even previously been given as actual SAT exams.
Online SAT Practice Tests
Take SAT practice tests online with Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®. Your answers will automatically be scored at the end of your test, and the timer will keep you on track with section time limits.
Best of all, after your practice test, you'll get personalized practice recommendations so you can focus on what you missed.
(Note: You will need to log in or sign up for a free Khan Academy account to start your test)
Paper SAT Practice Tests
Prefer to take a pencil-and-paper practice test? Download and print the paper practice tests available below.
You'll need a printer, pencil, calculator, and timer to take the tests. Here are some tips:
- Mark your answers in the correct row of circles on the answer sheet. Be especially careful if you skip questions.
- It's okay to guess. You won't lose any points if you're wrong.
- Learn how to enter your answers on math grid-ins.
After you've finished, get instant feedback and question-by-question results from your phone. Just open the free app, Daily Practice for the SAT, and snap a picture of your answer sheet. If you prefer, print out the guide that comes with the test and score by hand.