Here's a list of librarian-recommended sites to help you prepare for the SAT.
Take free, timed practice tests online for AP subjects, ACT, SAT, general high school subjects, and other types of exams. Login from home with your Alameda County Library card.
New version of SAT with diagnostic quizzes and interactive practice tests. Free access.
Practice questions for math and critical reading. Also offers an online forum.
Prepare with practice tests with real SAT questions, and lots of other excellent free prep help. This is the official site of the SAT. The College Board is a not-for profit association.
5000 vocabulary words for SAT preparation that can be viewed on-line or downloaded for free. MP3 audio version also free.
Lots of practice questions, and no registration needed. Good coverage of the written essay, with samples.
All free resources, including practice tests and a vocabulary tutorial. One of the best free sites.
Free registration allows you to take a free practice test. Also lists study tips and strategies.
Their SAT Practice Tools lists free local strategy sessions and practice tests, along with a free online full-length practice test. Free registration required.
SAT GRE Crash Course teaches 840 frequently appearing SAT and GRE words. It features a study level and five different learning levels.
Online forum and information for all SAT subjects.
Interactive learning material for preparation of the verbal and math sections of the SATs.
This web site from a nonprofit group of educators provides practice questions for some exams not included in Learning Express.
Free downloadable flash card style game from Huntington Learning Centers that is aimed to help high school students improve their SAT vocabulary scores.