Be sure to poke around College Board:
they have information about the test: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test... , a full practice test: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test... , and other practice questions you can take online for free: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test... .
I know that sparknotes also has a brief practice test you can take: http://www.sparknotes.com/ .
And doing a quick search of my own yields such sites as:
and more, but you may have already tried those. Like someone else said, you might check out your local library to see if they have SAT prep books that you could check out-- those are more likely to have good questions than some of the stuff you find online.
www.collegeboard.com will email you an SAT question everyday if you want to sign up for that.
I'd actually recommend going to your local public library and borrowing an SAT prep book. You'll find TONS of practice questions in them.
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Are you taking the SAT's for the first time? Don't worry too much about it. They give you all the geometric formulas that you need. Go here and you can take a practice test http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test...
Well, if you don't find anything then you could always go to your local library. I am sure that they would have SAT prep books that you can check out for free. Good luck!
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