2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) scores will be available online between December 9 and December 11, depending on where you live.
Khan Academy is an excellent resource for free online test prep for the ACT or SAT. You will need to register as a learner to have access to the test prep material.
Test prep is essential to increasing your ACT or SAT score. If you are unable to take a test prep course, one of my suggestions is to use March2Success. This website allows you to take 7 practice tests and gives you the course work to help improve your score. The course work is provided by Peterson.
Here are some helpful tips when trying to decide which test to take- the ACT or SAT. Which test do I take?
3. If you have the opportunity to take an ACT/SAT preparation course provided by your school—TAKE IT!!! If you do not have the opportunity, then go to the ACT/SAT pages in the site and you will find TEST Prep Help. I recommend March2Success, Number2.com and Khan Academy for free test prep.
Both the ACT vs SAT have essay or writing sections. Both ask you to analyze a specific passage, but ACT also asks your opinion about the passage.
There are several differences between the ACT and SAT. The biggest difference is the sub test sections. The ACT includes a specific sub test for Science. Check out other similarities and differences in this article from PrepScholar Classes: Guidelines for ACT vs SAT