Monthly Archives: December 2013

List of 8 free SAT practice tests for download

Here is the ultimate list of all the free practice SAT tests. The tests below are all createdby CollegeBoard, so they are all official and the most similar to what you would find on an actual SAT. Feel free to download or print these tests out. You can save these SAT PDFs by right clicking and selecting “save as”.

October 2001 OLD SAT (out of 1600)

Answers are included

May 2002 SAT OLD SAT (out of 1600)

Answers are included

2003 SAT OLD SAT (out of 1600)

2003 Answers

2004 SAT OLD SAT (out of 1600)

2004 Answers

2005 SAT OLD SAT (out of 1600)

Answers are included

2007 New SAT (out of 2400)

2007 Answers

2011 New SAT (out of 2400)

2011 Answers

2012 New SAT (out of 2400) 

2012 Answers

SAT Score says “Not Yet Available”

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Often times the CollegeBoard says that SAT scores will be available on a certain date, but this isn’t true for everyone. Your score can say “not yet available” for several reasons. Usually scores say not yet available for the October, November, and December SAT (and only in 2011, 2012, and 2013).

  1. Massive score improvement. If you improved by over 200 points in any individual section like math, reading, or writing, or by 350 points combined in all 3 sections, the CollegeBoard will conduct a manual review of your SAT to make sure you didn’t cheat. We have seen this with several students who have used our GuideParadise Sat Guide, because in a matter of just a month, they improved by 350+ points!
  2. Error in filling out information on registration sheet before you took the test.
  3. Too many SAT tests to grade for the CollegeBoard. They are very understaffed when it comes to more SATs than they were expecting, so this could also cause a delay and result in a score not being available after it should have been online.

It’s very frustrating when a company promises that the SAT scores will be available by a certain date (especially since college and scholarship applications may be due around the same time), but there isn’t much you can do about it.

You can try calling them at

(866) 756-7346 (United States)  or

(212) 713-7789 (International)

to find out why there is a delay. Most of the time they won’t be able to help you, but they can start an investigation into why you haven’t received your SAT score yet, but it can take up to 10 businesses days before they call or email you back and let you know why.