Want to know how you'll score on the SAT, but don't want to take a 4-hour-long practice exam?
Yeah, I thought so.
Enter, Kaplan's SAT TurboTest. It's a computer-adaptive SAT exam designed by Kaplan in cahoots with Testiv, a company good at making these kinds of exams (Computer-adaptive means that if you get a question incorrect, the next one will be easier; get it correct, and the next will be more difficult.) They've created a 1.5 hour practice SAT designed to predict your SAT score on the actual exam.
The best part? I mean, besides the fact that you'll be freeing up two and a half hours?
Yep. You'll just need to register for the exam, and boom, you're done. Start testing.
I love free, and I love good tools. This one is both. Way to go Kaplan and Testiv. Keep 'em coming!