The SAT Practice For Dummies App gets you ready for the biggest test of your high school years. And, the more practice you have, the better you’ll score. This app features more than 150 practice questions covering critical reading, writing, and math skills. You’ll also get two full length practice exams covering every section of the test WITH time limits – just like on test day. Our proven tips are designed to make test preparation and test day just a bit easier. Regardless of your academic strengths or weaknesses, the SAT Practice For Dummies App gets you test-ready.
Over 150 practice questions cover EVERY type of question you’ll see on test day, including long passages, short passages, sentence completion, essays, error recognition, sentence revision, paragraph revision, numbers and operations, algebra & functions, geometry, and statistics, probability and logic. You’ll know instantly if you got a question right or wrong and WHY.
Two, full-length, timed practice tests give you a feel for what to expect on the test. The practice tests cover all eight sections of the SAT and automatic scoring at the end of each section tells you your percentage score for that section. The ability to mark and then review only marked questions, gives you practice on what you need the most. And you can review all the answers at the end of each section or just the ones where you got the answer wrong.
Statistically, the SAT is used to determine how successful you will be in your first year of college – no pressure there. So, we’ve created an extensive list of tips designed to make your test day as successful as possible. Discover how to battle short passages, complete sentences, get through reading passages, read a bit faster, when to skip questions, what to double-check, the best way to spend the 25 minutes of the essay section, and ways to get and stay calm throughout.
Plenty of extra features get you test ready with real-world examples and applications. You’ll get:
- Details on what the SAT measures (critical reading, sentence completions, reading comprehension, writing, error recognition, sentence revision, paragraph revision, essay, mathematics, and how your score is computed)
- Taking the SAT under special conditions (learning disabilities)
- How and when to register for the SAT
- Taking the SAT vs. the ACT
Plus, a “Days Until the Test” countdown clock to help you focus and prepare.