Free SAT Prep
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– Milton Friedman
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Whether you like it or not, the SAT 1 may well be 3 of the most important hours (OK, 3 hours and 50 minutes if you take the optional essay) you will spend when you stop to consider how an important a role it plays in determining where you will go to college.
Our site is packed with lots of helpful information to help you best maximize your SAT score. We have book and study aid reviews, test prep tips and advice and hundreds of practice SAT questions with (hopefully) easy-to-understand answer explanations. We even included our personal thoughts on the value of a SAT prep course as opposed to self study.
Practice is Important
We also think it is only fair to state on our homepage that all the free and paid help in the world will not help you unless you help yourself. The best thing you can do is practice, practice and practice some more. You will see this repeated throughout our website.
Efficient Practice is Even Better
What we will do for you is help you best utilize your study time so you will still be able to … uhh … drink decaffeinated soda pop and participate in wholesome church and community events, right? (Hah! We’re not that old. In fact, the really old people you know that haven’t lost their minds to senility just do a better job of playing dumb.)
So read on and learn more about prepping for the SAT as well as what we’ll loosely call “wisdom” we randomly disperse on these pages.