By GreatSchools Staff
There's a huge amount of resources on the Internet, from scheduling aids to study guides to test questions galore. Start with the College Board, a truly helpful and well-made website from the folks who invented and administer the SAT. You and your teen can register for the test there as well as find great advice and study tools (many of them free!), right down to an SAT question of the day. A word of warning: There are a lot of for-profit SAT-prep services online, so be careful. Don't spend any money you don't have to — or spend it too soon.
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