Take our SAT practice test to prepare for your exam. All our materials have been updated for the newest version of the SAT (digital SAT).
We offer full-length SAT practice tests that are 100% free. If you want more help, consider using one of the best SAT prep courses.
Free SAT Practice Test
Start with our first SAT practice exam.
Each mock exam is full-length, timed, and includes answer explanations.
More SAT Practice Tests and Questions
These are our other full-length SAT practice exams. Take these to practice a simulated exam.
These are our practice sets. Take these to practice in an untimed environment, see your answers after each question, and learn in a stress free environment.
If you want some additional help with prepping for the SAT, consider using SAT prep courses.
Official SAT PDF Practice Exams
If you want to study using PDFs, use the links below. These are full-length practice exams provided by the CollegeBoard.
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The SAT is an entrance exam used by colleges and universities to help make decisions about admissions.
The SAT is administered by the CollegeBoard and is given 7 times per year. The exam is a timed, mainly multiple-choice exam, taken by students in high school.
Beginning in the spring of 2024, the SAT will be going fully digital. The digital SAT (DSAT) will have some formatting and content changes to it, along with some other changes. You can review those changes below.
New SAT (Digital SAT)
This exam will be given to students starting in spring of 2024.
|Section||Number of Questions||Time Limit (Mins)|
|Reading & Writing||54||64 (Two 32-Minute Modules)|
|Math||44||70 (Two 35-Minute Modules)|
Old SAT (Written Exam)
This exam will be given to students up until spring of 2024.
|Section||Number of Questions||Time Limit (Mins)|
|Writing & Language||44||35|
|Math (With calculator)||38||55|
|Math (Without calculator)||20||25|
The biggest difference between the old SAT and the digital SAT is that the digital SAT is taken completely online and has combined some sections to streamline the exam.
You can learn more about the exam by reading our guide on what is the SAT.
Steps for Using SAT Practice
When using our free SAT practice tests, we recommend the following steps to get the most out of your time:
- Take 1 practice exam from each subject.
- Determine which subject you struggled the most with.
- Focus on that 1 subject moving forward. Take additional practice exams in that subject, study important concepts, and invest in a SAT prep course if need be.
- Take a practice exam on that subject again and see where you stand. Continue to focus on that subject if you need more help or move on to another subject if you did well on this practice exam.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 for other subjects.
Benefits of Using SAT Practice Questions
There are many benefits to using SAT questions during your prep process. Some of those benefits include:
Help With Timing
The SAT exam is a timed test. Keeping a steady pace is critical to achieving a high score.
You can improve your decision making and your time by taking practice exams.
All standardized tests, including the SAT, have their own unique way of presenting questions and answer choices.
You will gain more familiarity and comfort with the SAT question style as you take more practice quizzes. On the real exam day, there will be no surprises.
When you take many practice exams, you will get a sense of your test strengths and weaknesses.
Many students mistakenly spend time working on their strengths while ignoring their weaknesses.
Knowing which subjects you struggle with will help you focus your study time.
Work On Problem Solving
Tests like the SAT measure your ability to solve problems, not just memorize information. It is critical to have strong problem-solving abilities.
The answer explanations provided in our score reports can help you understand how to solve problems that you may be struggling with.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the SAT going to the digital format?
The SAT will be switching to the digital format in the spring of 2024. Review our SAT test dates for more in-depth information.
How many questions are on the SAT?
There are 154 questions on the old SAT (written version).
There are 98 questions on the new SAT (digital version).
How much time do you have to take the SAT?
You will have 3 hours and 15 minutes to take the old SAT (written version).
You will have 2 hours and 14 minutes to take the new SAT (digital version).
Can I use a calculator on the math section of the SAT?
There will be 1 math section in which you can use a calculator and 1 math section in which you cannot use a calculator on the old SAT (written version).
You will be permitted to use a calculator on all math modules on the new SAT (digital version).
What is a good way to practice for the SAT?
We recommend taking 1 practice exam for each subject. You can then determine which subject gave you the most trouble and focus your studies on that subject.