Free SAT Practice Test

Practice for free with Manhattan Review's SAT Practice Test

If you were to take the SAT today, how do you think you would do? This is a common question among many prospective test-takers. After all, who wouldn't want to know their final score? Taking a diagnostic mock exam is one of the best ways you can reach this conclusion—not only in assessing your SAT-related strengths and weaknesses, but really getting a sense of that "test day experience" and the challenges it presents. Knowing your projected score is the first step among many in admittance to the school of your dreams.

Thankfully, we offer a free mock exam that you can take in the conveience of your home or office. There's no need to enter a formal testing area, forgoing hours from your busy day through transportation—now you can discover what you're bound to encounter while taking the actual exam prior to actually doing so. At Manhattan Review, we take great pride in offering a quality free mock exam that mimics the content and format of the real SAT. We believe this brings you one step closer to the real thing.

Diagnostic mock tests are a real cornerstone in effective SAT preparation. Not only do they allow students to pinpoint weaknesses, but they reveal common errors, especially around time constraints pertinent to test day. It's advised to take more than one throughout your course of study, particularly to track your heard-earned progress, so why not get going and begin today? These could enable dramatic improvements in your score.

How close are you really to your ideal score? With this free practice test at your fingertips, there's only one way to find out. Click the link below and fill out the form to receive immediate access to our free SAT mock exam. You could be practicing within minutes, getting you one step closer to your high-scoring goals.

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