SAT vs. ACT: How they compare
Practice with Kahn Academy: Go to official SAT Practice with Kahn Academy for free practice materials and a practice plan.
Get on your Phone: Download the Daily Practice for the SAT app and get and SAT question everyday.
Try Practice Questions Online: Dip into sample questions online to see what Math, Reading, or Writing and Language questions or the SAT Essay prompts are like.
Take a Practice Test on Paper: Take a full length paper and pencil practice test.
Start a Study Group: Studying with others helps you set goals, create a plan, and stick to it.
Register for SAT: Log into My SAT to register, print your admission ticket, view or send scores.
Test Day Checklist: There are only a few things you really need to bring on test day, and a lot of things you’ll be better off leaving at home.
Fee Waivers: If you’re eligible for a fee waiver, you can take the SAT or SAT Subject Tests for free—and apply free to four colleges.
Inside the Test: Find out what kinds of questions you’ll see on the new SAT and what they measure.
SAT: Getting and Sending Scores
Availability: Your SAT and SAT Subject Test scores will be available to you online about two to three weeks after test day.
Getting Scores: All students will get their scores online through their College Board account.
Understanding Scores: Your total score on the SAT is the sum of your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section score and your Math section score.
Sending Scores to Colleges: Send scores with your registration. Your test registration fee covers four score reports.
When Will Colleges Get My Scores?: Score recipients listed on your registration receive your scores online within 10 days after you receive all your scores.
Register for ACT: Register online
Test Day: Help yourself be calm and prepared for test day by knowing what you can and cannot bring into the test room with you.
Fee Waivers: If you’re eligible for a fee waiver, you can take the ACT Test for free
ACT Kaplan Online Prep Live: ACT and Kaplan bring you the new ACT® Kaplan® Online Prep Live—a virtual classroom experience that delivers all the benefits of live instruction at home or on the go.
ACT Online Prep: Your coursework already prepares you to take the ACT—but additional practice can help you be ready to do your best.
The Official ACT Prep Guide: The only test prep book by the makers of the ACT Test.
ACT: Receiving and Sending Scores
Availability: Most scores are available for online viewing within 2 weeks after each national or international test date.
Understanding Scores: What does it all mean?
Sending Scores: Send scores with your registration