Hello and welcome to Higher Scores Test Prep's SAT Test Dates & Resource page!
Here you'll find information about upcoming SAT test dates, SAT registration deadlines, as well as links to free SAT practice tests, the best SAT prep books, and my SAT prep courses.
SAT Test Dates & Deadlines
SAT Test Date
SAT Scores Available
August 24, 2019
October 5, 2019
November 2, 2019
December 7, 2019
March 14th, 2020
May 2nd, 2020
June 6, 2020
Free SAT Practice Tests & Practice Question
The best practice materials are exams that come straight from the test maker, College Board. You can find 10 free SAT practice tests on College Board's website; however, I've linked to two of them below.
- Official SAT Practice Test #7 (Answer & Scoring Document)
- Official SAT Practice Test #8 (Answer & Scoring Document)
For additional official practice questions to supplement your SAT prep experience, click the appropriate link below.
- SAT Reading Practice Questions
- SAT Writing and Language Practice Questions
- SAT Math (Calculator Permitted) Practice Questions
- SAT Math (Calculator Not Permitted) Practice Questions
- SAT Essay Practice Questions
Access even more free practice questions on Khan Academy's online SAT prep portal.
Best SAT Prep Book
The best SAT prep materials will always be the ones that come directly from the makers of the SAT. The Official SAT Study is just that, but you should know that the 8 free SAT practice tests available on the College Board website (linked above) are the same ones included in this book.
If you are considering preparing with my SAT Complete Package course, please note that I ship this book to you as a part of the course. Click here to learn more about how effective and stress-free a full SAT prep course can be.
*This is an Amazon affiliate link. I receive a small portion of your purchase for referring you; however, you will not be charged more for your purchase. Thank you for your support!
Discover A Powerful SAT Prep Ally
After helping hundreds of students raise their SAT scores over the last 11 years, I know that no 2 students are the same. That said, there are 3 primary paths that each student can choose from when it comes to finding the best fit for SAT prep.
Which number below describes you?
1. The Solo Traveler
You're a determined lone wolf. Your practice SAT scores are already where you want your official SAT scores to be. A little solo brush up is all you need to reassure yourself that you can recreate your practice test magic on an official exam.
If this is you, use the SAT resources above for self-guided study that will take you where you want to go!
2. The Out-Of-Time, Kind-Of-Stressed-Out Student or The Already-Prepped, Almost-There, Highly-Frustrated Student
Whether this is your first attempt, final attempt, or somewhere in between, you either don't have the time to fully prepare or are frustrated that past prep efforts don't seem to be moving the needle on your SAT scores.
Your SAT experience may be reinforcing a persistent story you've been struggling with that you're "just a bad test taker." Or your testing experience may be frustrating you because you know you should be scoring higher but can't figure out why you aren't.
If that's the case, a less is more approach is the way to avoid further overwhelm and start to see positive movement in your scores. If you have 4 hours to devote to preparation, I can teach you strategies you haven't learned before so you can take your SAT score to a level you'll finally be happy with.
Far from a one-size-fits-all approach, my SAT Quick Prep course provides guidance that helps all students make their strengths shine and keeps their weak sections from sinking their score.
3. The I-Dotting, T-Crossing, Self-Motivated Go-Getter or The I-Am-Scared-Of-The-SAT, Please-Help-Me-Find-My-Footing Diligent Worker
If either of the statements above describes you, then a full SAT prep experience is the best choice for you. Anything less will leave you wondering "did I do everything I possibly could have to prepare?"
Unfortunately, for students wired to be thorough workers or very anxious test-takers, that thought has a sneaky way of cropping up when you're at your most vulnerable: sitting at a desk taking an official exam and facing your first challenging question on test day.
Enter panic. Goodbye strong score.
To avoid such concerns on test day, you'll want to make sure you have the full view of the exam and plenty of practice so you can be as confident as possible on test day.
However, unlike many programs out there, the goal of my SAT Complete Package course isn't to cram in thousands of hours of practice questions. The key to truly stress-free, confidence-building success is a steady study pace through both the academic concepts that you need to do well on the exam and the score-specific strategies that will show you how to best College Board at its own game in each individual section.
Focused, intentional practice in bite-sized pieces is the Complete Package difference.
Which online SAT prep course will you choose?
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Students fine-tune their test day approach via subject-level, strategy-focused on-demand video tutorials. The 4 hours of video tutorials may be supplemented with the included optional 10 day study guide with assigned practice questions and 1 full-length practice test.
The best fit for students who:
- don't have the time or energy to invest in a full SAT test prep course
- already completed a prep program with another company but haven't earned their strongest scores yet
- are taking their next SAT in less than 2 months
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Includes over $500 in free bonuses!
Students tackle a comprehensive review of the academic concepts tested on the SAT as well as rigorous lessons on target-score-specific strategies via on-demand video tutorials, practice questions, and 2 full-length practice tests. Includes prep books mailed to your doorstep!
The best fit for students who:
- are highly motivated to earn their highest possible SAT score with thorough preparation
- haven't officially begun to prepare and want to learn from an expert who knows the SAT inside and out
- are taking their next SAT in more than 2 months