Free SAT Practice Test at Study Hut Tutoring

Free SAT Practice Test

The SAT can be scary. Experts recommend a strategic plan for SAT prep. Before we begin, let’s look at a breakdown of the test. Each test has two parts.

First is the evidence-based reading-and-writing section, which is worth a maximum of 800 points. Reading questions test a student’s ability to find and apply evidence from a passage, use context clues to figure out what a word means, and identify and infer information from passages on a variety of topics.

Next, the math section scores a maximum of 800 points. One part of the math section allows the use of a calculator, but the second section does not.

In total, a student can score a maximum of 1600 on the SAT test. The SAT reading passages and math sections could cover information about the following:


There are two science passages that could examine concepts and developments in biology.


The two science passages could cover information about chemistry.


The reading section contains one passage from a classic or contemporary work of U.S. literature or world literature.

History (US & World)

The reading section also contains one passage or a pair of passages from a U.S. historical document.


A reading passage could examine concepts and developments in physics.


The math section contains questions on three areas of real-world math: algebra (linear equations and systems), problem-solving and data analysis (equations) and advanced math (complex equations).

Why take the SAT practice test?

Taking a full-length practice test is the best way to prepare for the actual test day. College Board even released eight copies of the SAT test so that students can practice on real test questions.

Practicing for as little as 15 minutes a day is proven to raise scores. Better yet, taking the practice test, using the results to set goals, creating a plan, and following through on each step of the plan can raise scores even higher. We recommend that students take multiple practice tests to maximize scores.

How to Take an SAT Practice Test

Preparation leads to confidence, and confidence can make testing easier. For example, the test takes four hours, so make sure to eat healthily, get plenty of rest the night before, and wear layers so you feel comfortable. When you take a practice test, make sure to mimic the same test conditions as the actual test. Eliminate distractions, take only short breaks, and time yourself.

Study Hut Tutoring Methodology

We use assessments like the Free SAT practice test to cater to your specific needs. You will receive a free, personalized consultation to help you understand your scores. In the one-on-one consultation, we discuss your strengths and weaknesses and find the specific areas you should focus on to raise your score.

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Practice tests are an important step to your SAT success. We proctor tests every-other Saturday starting at 8AM with a trained proctor to time each section. Study Hut Tutoring can help you prepare for and ace the real exam. Sign up today!