If you are planning to take the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or similar standardized test this fall, you may think you have plenty of time to prepare. And you may be right--there is plenty of time. But using all your extra free time during the summer can really help you improve your score. 

Without the pressure of school work and after-school activities you can create a more leisurely schedule to tackle the practice tests over the summer months.

  1. Check our catalog for test preparation titles if you prefer to use a print book.
  2. Use our special test prep ebook site for online versions of these books.

What else can you do?

The SAT, ACT, PLAN, PSAT and SSAT tests are tools to assess the readiness of students for college or independent schools. They are administered throughout the year and have become a de facto requirement for admission to many, if not most, American universities, colleges and private schools.