Here are some free resources:
The company that publishes the SAT offers several FREE tools, including practice tests.
Equally important, there’s FREE advice on how to interpret scores, how colleges use the scores, even how to send your scores to colleges.
This company offers FREE sessions to prepare for the GMAT, in Manhattan, at locations in Chelsea, Midtown and the Financial district.
They also offer sessions Brooklyn, Jersey City, and nationwide.
There are sessions practically daily, at various times of the day, so you can find one to fit your schedule.
College Prep Mobile Apps
And of course, “there’s an app for that.”
Many SAT and ACT apps, in fact, that either are FREE or cost just a dollar or two.
One highly rated free app for math practice is Ace the SAT by Emrecan Dogan, FREE on the iTunes store. It adds new questions with every update and allows students to track their progress.
IntelliVocab from faqden Labs offers practice with vocabulary, but with a twist. Developed by students at MIT, it uses a learning algorithm to figure out which kind of words a student needs practice with, making practice time more efficient. There’s a free version and a deluxe version for 99 cents. It’s available on iPhone, iPad and Android.
Whatever option you choose, think twice before shelling out big bucks for a college prep class.
This was posted originally in 2013, and has been updated for 2019.