March 2 Success provides FREE educational materials to help students prepare for the SAT and ACT with practice tests and a series of videos. They provide customized lesson plans designed to help students focus on areas of need, allowing them to skip through what they already know.
SOAR at Home - Student Online Achievement Resource is a program for military families and the school districts that serve them. SAT/ACT prep tutorials are available. Students can also take academic assessments and complete tutorials online. Parents can monitor their student's progress. Links to other military installations and educational resources are provided.
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When you visit Official SAT Practice, you will connect connect with Khan Academy and your College Board accounts so personalized practice recommendations based on your past PSAT/NMSQT® results will be created for you. You must create a college board account and register for an SAT test by visiting collegeboard.org.
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I Need A Pencil is a free SAT prep website that offers engaging lessons in reading, math and writing, 800+ practice exam questions, and a score projector to show you how you are predicted to score on the SAT.
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Currently, we have more than 100,000 professionally-written problems and thousands of distinct practice tests across 150 subjects, including the ACT and SAT. This includes more than 1,200 ACT and more than 1,300 SAT practice tests
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Varsity Learning Tools also has more than 40 subject-specific mobile apps for on-the-go studying, including ACT- and SAT-specific applications. It is all of the same free academic content in a convenient and user-friendly interface. See the apps here: https://www.varsitytutors.com/apps.
You must provide a photo with your registration, which will become part of your Admission Ticket. By providing your photograph, you help us to ensure the integrity of the test administration for all students. Learn more about how we may use your photo.
Note: You are responsible for ensuring your photo meets the requirements below. Successful upload of your photo only indicates that it meets the technical requirements (correct file type and size). It does not indicate that your photo is acceptable for test day (e.g., recognizable as you, no sunglasses, no other people, etc.)
Photos must be properly focused with a full-face view, be clearly identifiable as you, and match your appearance on test day. You will have the opportunity to crop and reposition your photo after uploading it. If you are not easily recognizable in your photo, you will not be admitted to the test center.
- Acceptable Photographs for the SAT
1. shows only you - no other people are visible.
2. Is a head-and-shoulders view, with the entire face, both eyes, and hair clearly visible
3. Is properly focused with no dark spots or shadows
4. Head coverings are not allowed except for religious purposes.
Remember that just because the picture is accepted when you register online does not mean that the picture is acceptable for testing purposes. You may not be allowed entry into the testing site if your picture is not an acceptable photo.
Examples of acceptable photographs can be found at: