HULT SAT Practice

Free! The HULT SAT Practice website provides users with access to multiple sample tests and problems while preparing for the SAT. From the main page, users can choose the type of problems they wish to complete, and their options include: Math (problem solving and grid ins), Critical Reading (sentence completion and reading comprehension), and Writing (grammar). Once users select the type of problem they wish to complete, the website provides further information about the problem and practice problems to complete. When users complete the practice problems, they are presented a series of multiple-choice questions. After responding to the questions, users…

Review Overview

A. Instruction - 7.3
B. Design - 7.5
C. Engagement - 6.9

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The HULT SAT Practice website provides users with access to multiple sample tests and problems while preparing for the SAT. From the main page, users can choose the type of problems they wish to complete, and their options include: Math (problem solving and grid ins), Critical Reading (sentence completion and reading comprehension), and Writing (grammar). Once users select the type of problem they wish to complete, the website provides further information about the problem and practice problems to complete. When users complete the practice problems, they are presented a series of multiple-choice questions. After responding to the questions, users click the “Submit” button on the bottom of the page. The website then reports their results and users can click the “Explain” button to learn more about any questions they may have answered incorrectly.

Instructional Ideas

  1. Teachers can use this website as a diagnostic tool to identify areas of strength and where a student needs to improve before taking the SAT test. After analyzing a student’s score reports based on the practice problems from this website, the teacher and student can craft a study plan in preparation for the SAT.
  2. During transition or down times in class, teachers can direct students to this resource and have them complete practice problems independently. For each problem they answered incorrectly, students can view the information by clicking the “Explain” button. Students can then use that information to improve their future test performance.
  3. Once students understand the format and types of questions that appear on the SAT by using this website, teachers can have students write their own SAT-style questions by modeling the ones from this website. Students can then email their questions to their teacher, and the teacher can create a class-made practice SAT test.
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A2. 21st Century Skills
A3. Conn. to Future Learning
A4. Value of Errors
A5. Feedback to Teacher
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B4. Ease of Use
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