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Official SAT Question of the Day from The College Board - Sign up to receive a free daily Official SAT Question of the Day from The College Board. You’ll also find links to practice questions and tips for the Reading, Math and Writing sections, as well as a full-length practice test – all for free.  - offers a free self-study SAT preparation program complete with vocabulary word lists, practice questions for math, writing and critical reading along with an eight-week guided study plan. - a popular free web test prep resource provides students with ACT or SAT questions and tracks their progress. The site includes a feature that allows parents to monitor their student’s efforts and improvement. - Vocabulary is an important component of the SAT. Students can build their vocabulary while helping to fight hunger When vocabulary questions are answered correctly, the site’s sponsors donate to the United Nations World Food Program.

Spark Notes - provides lists of common SAT words along with free diagnostics, practice tests and flashcards. You’ll find a myriad of free test prep resources for the SAT, ACT and Subject Tests. - is a free comprehensive online SAT prep program that provides dozens of lessons, hundreds of practice questions, and practice exams.

ACT Student Test Prep - provides both free and inexpensive ways to prepare for the ACT including three retired exams, diagnostics, content review, practice questions and test- taking tips covering all four subjects: Math, Reading, Science and English. There is also a special page with tips for the optional essay section. 

March 2 Success  - is sponsored by the US Army and provides seven full-length practice tests for the SAT and seven for the ACT.  Each will have detailed answer explanations and performance feedback. Registration is valid for 45 days, but can be extended if more time is needed. You can choose not to be contacted by the Army by selecting “NO” when asked.