Welcome to the SAT and the ACT online test practice site. This site is a complete test prep system for the SAT I and the ACT. It provides a customized practice ground for those of you who are preparing for the SAT or the ACT and want to accelerate your preparation progress. The Web site contains a great number of in-depth questions and answers for you to practice the SAT and the ACT, and progress report customized to help you with your test preparation. Through your test practice on the site, your success on the SAT test or the ACT test is promised.
For years the ETS and ACT, the companies that write the SAT and the ACT Assessment, and the College Board worked hard to make people believe that "You can't prep for the tests." Countless stories had proven them wrong, and they finally had to give it up. In the late 1980s, the College Board inserted a change in the SAT information bulletin noting that "it was possible to increase one's SAT score through formal and informal preparation," and ETS and ACT started to publish their own test prep books.
Like most of other exams, the SAT and ACT are predictable, and you can increase your scores through practice. There were tons of student's scores increasing by 300 points or more. The SAT and ACT do not test intelligence, and they do not necessarily reflect high school grades. But they are used in the college admission process, and practice at this Web site can greatly improve your scores. Join us today, and you are on the way to your test success!
This Web site was prepared by a team of experts who have spent years researching the SAT and ACT, and helping students like you to improve scores on the exam. The site does far more than offering some practice tests or making some test advises. It is a complete and customized test-prep system for the SAT I and the ACT. By clicking on the manual buttons on the left, you will find the site divided into the following 12 sections:
- About This Site
The SAT Basics
The SAT Question Types
The SAT Test Strategies
The ACT Basics
The ACT Question Types
The ACT Test Strategies
Comparison between The SAT And ACT
Introduction of PSAT/NMSQT