Hi Zemira, As others have suggested check out Khan Academy. I would suggest taking their test and another free SAT practice test from the College Board website. This will help you understand which subjects you are good at and where you need to prepare more. Again Khan Academy is a good resource but what also helps is buying the Princeton Review guide and reading their explanations of questions you miss . This is good especially in English. Like most standardized tests you become better with more practice at this test taking.
The SAT is an important step in approaching the college admission process. Currently, quite a few schools are choosing to make the SAT optional- meaning you may not need/ want to take the SAT. Additionally with COVID, SATs may be online vs the traditional classroom setting. If you are preparing for the SATs, I recommend you visit https://www.khanacademy.org/sat which is a valuable SAT prep resource. If you prefer, you can buy an SAT test prep book - I recommend one with sample tests so that you can benchmark and get a true feel for the layout and time constraints during the test. Good luck!
Hi. Great question. As Yasemin responded, I would highly recommend the Khan Academy and their material. My school district uses this for prepping students on the SATs and they average high scores. Its important to use the most recent material to ensure it aligns with the current tests being used. Good luck on your studies and the SAT!
Hi Zemira!I would definitely check out Khan academy SAT prep, it's free and it can be very helpful to students! Check out the link below for more information!
Best of luck!https://www.khanacademy.org/sathttps://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat
Best of luck!
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