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TPREP101: SAT Prep

Unit 10: Practice Test   The only practice left to do now is to take an actual SAT test!  Because the SAT is nearly 4 hours long, taking a practice test is a definite time commitment.  However, without taking an actual test, you will not know how you will react to an actual test-taking situation where you have to complete each section within the designated time and retain focus for the entire length of the test.  After you have finished and scored your test, think about any problems you might have had in focusing or completing the questions during the test, and then think about how you can better address these issues next time.  Also, take the time to review any material you forgot or had a problem with on your test.  Please take the provided practice test to complete this course.  The other practice test in this unit is made available for further practice at your convenience.

Unit 10 Time Advisory
This unit should take approximately 7 hours to complete.

☐    Subunit 10.1: 3.5 hours

☐    Subunit 10.2: 3.5 hours

Unit10 Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this unit, the student will be able to: - Complete an SAT practice test in the designated time. - Identify areas of knowledge or aspects of the test-taking experience that may be problematic and need to be reviewed or adapted. - Answer SAT questions with increased speed and accuracy. 

10.1 Practice Test 1   - Assessment: College Board’s “Full Practice Test” Link: College Board’s “Full Practice Test” (HTML or PDF)

 Instructions: Please click on the link above.  You can take this
test on your computer (select “start test” for the online version),
or you may print the test (select “print test”).  Either way, set
aside an uninterrupted block of time so that you have an authentic
test-taking situation.  Time each section according to the time
advisory indicated at the beginning of the section, and stop when
you reach the end of your time.  

 Once you have completed your test, find your grade, review the
questions you missed, and make a note of topics or concepts that you
need to revisit or review before test day.  If you have time, make a
new study schedule with new goals to reach before taking your second
practice test.  

 Taking this test should take approximately 3 hours and 20
minutes.  

 Terms of Use: Please respect the copyright and terms of use
displayed on the webpage above.

10.2 Practice Test 2   - Assessment: College Board’s “SAT Preparation Booklet 2008-09” Link: College Board’s “SAT Preparation Booklet 2008-09” (HTML or PDF)

 Instructions: Please note that this assessment is optional.  Please
click on the link above and select the “SAT Preparation Booklet ‘09”
link to access a PDF version of this practice test.  Print out the
test (starting on page 38) and set aside an uninterrupted block of
time so that you have an authentic test-taking situation.  Time each
section according to the time advisory indicated at the beginning of
the section, and stop when you reach the end of your time.  

 Once you have completed your test, find your grade, review the
questions you missed, and make a note of topics or concepts that you
need to revisit or review before test day.  

 Taking this test should take approximately 3 hours and 20
minutes.  

 Terms of Use: Please respect the copyright and terms of use
displayed on the webpage above.