Sunnyvale teens preparing for their SAT’s can take a free practice test at the Sunnyvale Public Library on November 14 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m . The practice test will allow high school students to experience firsthand what kind of questions are on the test. The SAT practice test is given in a similar proctored fashion that college-bound teens will experience when they take the test for real.
The SAT is one of the most commonly used tests for college admission. It tests a student’s knowledge in reading, writing, and math. Taking a practice test with others is a great way to improve your SAT’s because your practice scores will give you some indication of what you need to study for. Students normally start taking the test in their Junior year and their are a variety of testing dates available.
Sunnyvale tenth and eleventh graders that are interested in taking the practice SAT test can sign up at the Sunnyvale Public Library’s Children’s Information Desk. Results from the four hour test will be given out on November 18 at 6:30 p.m. Parents can attend the results meeting to view their child’s practice SAT results and to ask any questions that they may have regarding the SAT.
The Sunnyvale Public Library is located at 665 West Olive Avenue, Sunnyvale. Call the library’s information desk at 408-730-7300 for additional information.
Sunnyvale Public Library: http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/Departments/SunnyvalePublicLibrary/