SAT for Kids

Preparing for the SATs

Any student hoping to go to college in the United States needs to take the SATs. The SAT Reasoning Test is a standardized test designed to measure the critical thinking skills that students will need for academic success in college. The SAT was developed by the College Board, a non-profit organization.

The SAT test is about 4 hours long and offers possible scores between 600 and 2400. The test is broken down into three main sections: critical reading, writing and math. Each section is scored on a scale of 200 to 800 points.

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SAT preparation

The College Board website offers numerous resources to help students with their SAT prep. Some of these resources include:

Many for-profit companies also offer SAT preparation courses or SAT tutors.

SAT registration

Registering for the SAT is quick and easy through the College Board website. Simply create an online account, and you can register for the test, print off an SAT admission ticket and view and send your SAT scores following the test. There are many benefits to registering online. Students can choose the test date and the test center to suit their needs. They also have 24-hour access to their registration for printing or correcting admission tickets.

SAT test day

Being prepared is the key to success. Here are some tips to help you do your best on the big day:

The SATs can be stressful, but with a little preparation, you can help ensure the test goes smoothly.