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SAT Skills Insight is one more tool to help guide you toward your ultimate goal—college success. It is a free online resource that is available before you take your first SAT and as you prepare to re-take the SAT. You will find that this tool provides new, valuable insight into the test.

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Learn about the changes to the 2016 SAT

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Colleges will accept either the SAT or ACT. Which should you take?

Most Frequently-Used SAT vocabulary words (from The Princeton Review)

Practice your math problem solving skills with our tests. Use a calculator only where necessary. You shouldn't need more than three lines of working for any problem. Redraw geometry figures to include the information in the question. Each test has ten questions and should take 12 minutes. Initially don't worry too much about the time until you have a feel for the type of questions. But, by the time you have done two or three tests you should start getting tough about the time you take.

Get ready for the SAT by taking an official practice test—you'll reinforce your test-taking skills, become familiar with the test format, and learn where to focus additional study.

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