General SAT/ACT Resources


A free site provided by the US Army. Free links to multiple practice SAT and ACT exams, plus e-learning tutorials and assorted resources for College preparation and applications.

College Board SAT Site

From the College Board, which designs and administers the SAT. This site provides information on test dates, procedures and rules (what kinds of calculators are allowed, etc.). Also provides free practice and prep materials.

CB SAT Question of the Day

Just what it says: a new, free practice question offered each day. Also available as a downloadable app for your phone or electronic device.

SAT Math Resources

Khan Academy

A free, interactive site that provides math tutorials on topics ranging from elementary arithmetic through integral calculus. Students can design a whole math practice course and/or complete tutorials on individual topics.

Kuta Software Worksheets

Free, printable worksheets with review problems for everything from elementary arithmetic through complex exponents and polynomial factoring. Includes answer keys.

Math Is Fun

Site with lots of free resources, including lessons and tools (the interactive unit circle is a great trigonometry resource).

SAT Verbal Resources


Quizlet is a mobile app and website that offers a variety of flashcard packs for download, including SAT vocabulary packs.

Direct Hits: Core Vocabulary for the SAT (Book Series)

an awesome resource for vocabulary building. Roughly 250 of the most common vocab words found on the SAT, broken down into an easily readable format. Words are used in context in ways that make memorization easier, and often come with etymological information and word-root analysis. One of these books is available online as a free PDF, here.

Root Awakenings: Vocabulary Development Using Classical Word Roots (Book)

A great book for advanced vocab development (especially good for advanced SAT or GRE students). Provides multiple lessons, each using roughly fifteen word roots and vocabulary built from them, along with review exercises and etymology-based questions.