or to Clemmonsdogpark SAT Prep.
Welcome to our virtual library of SAT resources! Here, you’ll find all of the original resources we’ve created here at Clemmonsdogpark to help make your test prep successful.
The best part? These resources are all free! Just click the image or relevant links below to go to the resource.
This is one of the most valuable resources you can have in your test prep arsenal: a free SAT practice test with 154 SAT practice questions in Reading, Writing and Language, and Math. It’s even printable, so you can practice bubbling and gridding in your answers–just like the real SAT.
There’s a sea of SAT prep out there. Some of it’s good, some of it’s bad, a lot of it’s just mediocre. The Complete SAT Study Guide falls into the “good” category. It tells you everything you need to know about the test: from what it contains to how to master the content to where to go for all the practice you need. This eBook is for anyone who is preparing to take the SAT (or anyone who is supporting a student who is).
We get it—figuring out when and what to study for the SAT can be overwhelming. To help, we have not one, not two, but six SAT study schedules to fit your test prep needs. So, whether you have six months until you take the SAT, or you’re trying to fit all the concepts into a single month or week, these schedules outline everything you need to study. (And if you only have three days to prep, we’ve got you covered there too.)
This SAT Diagnostic Test is designed to help you find your potential strengths and weaknesses on the SAT, and pinpoint what areas you should focus on in your test prep. It’s perfect for those who are just starting their test prep, and those who are already excellent test takers. This 30-question diagnostic test is shorter than a full-length practice test (though we definitely recommend taking a full-length test to truly measure how prepared you are), requires no preparation whatsoever, and you’ll receive your results instantly.
Regular SAT practice doesn’t have to be intimidating. Even just an hour of practice a day can make a difference on your score. Clemmonsdogpark’s Question of the Day will help you get into the daily habit, with a regularly updated Math Question of the Day and a General Question of the Day. Enjoy!