Frequently Asked Questions
What’s included with the Veritas Prep SAT Practice Test?
Just like you do on the real exam, you get 52 Reading questions, 58 Math questions, and 44 Writing and Language questions. In addition, you get detailed solutions to every question so that you can review your answers after you have completed the test.
What else is included when I register?
In addition to the practice test, you also gain access to your own personal Veritas Prep account, which contains several additional resources such as the first two video lessons of our SAT On Demand Course, the SAT vs. ACT quiz, a college admissions calculator, and more!
Is this test online or a PDF?
This practice test is a PDF that you will download from your Veritas Prep account.
How long will I have access to my Veritas Prep account?
You have one full year (365 days) of access to your account and all of its included resources from the time you sign up for this free practice test.
How close to the real SAT is this practice test?
Veritas Prep designed its practice test to simulate the official SAT as closely as possible, both in terms of question difficulty level and content.
Do you use official SAT questions?
While Veritas Prep SAT students frequently supplement their study resources with official SAT questions, our practice test only includes questions that were created by Veritas Prep’s team of experienced instructors and curriculum writers. These questions have been designed to measure students’ higher-order thinking skills in the same way official SAT questions do. For practice tests using official SAT questions, we recommend the CollegeBoard’s SAT Practice Tests.
Where do I begin if I am just getting started with my SAT prep?
You’re in the right place! In addition to signing up for our free practice test, take a look around our site – we have compiled many different SAT resources for you to help get your SAT prep off to the right start.
How do I register for the official SAT exam?
You can find available dates and testing locations to schedule your exam on the CollegeBoard’s official website.