SAT Prep & College Search
Actually, we don’t use practice tests. Instead, you’ll find thousands of questions separated out into each of the four test categories. We calculate your score continuously as you answer them, so the more questions you answer, the more accurate our score estimate is. For more on why we don’t offer practice tests, check out our post about it.
More than you could ever possibly answer. Our database includes 20 tests’ worth of questions. To put that in perspective, a typical test prep book has 10 tests’ worth of questions, at most.
While you're in Training, Click on the 'Review' button on the top right corner of the screen. Or simply swipe up, instead of down, to review the previous question. In Review mode, when you tap the TUTOR button, you’ll find step-by-step solutions that help you identify problem-solving strategies specific to the concepts and content tested in each question.
Each school's target SAT/ACT score is the median SAT/ACT score as reported by that school to the Department of Education. That means that 50% of accepted students scored above that score, and 50% scored below. By striving for the median SAT/ACT score, you'll put yourself in the zone where most accepted students score.
The quotes you see are taken from review written by actual attendees. The editorial content, like our famous “Go here, don’t go here” statements, are written by our staff and based on research from multiple sources. All facts and figures are reported by the US Department of Education.
You can use Edupath without an Internet connection, but you’ll only be able to work through a limited number of questions before you need to get back to an Internet connection to load more content. In the near future, we’ll add a feature to let you download content for offline use. Without an Internet connection, you also won’t be able to get live updates in the Parent Dashboard.
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