Students can find free SAT exam preparation questions on the College Board website's SAT Practice section, as of February 2015. The section includes sample practice questions, a question of the day, video tutorials and an official full length practice test.
From the College Board home page, a student can click on the SAT link, then click on Practice to view the SAT Practice section. He can then set up an SAT study plan.
The question of the day has questions for the previous 30 days available. A hint can be used, and the site keeps track of total responses along with the percentage of correct responses. Practice questions are available for each section of the test. The site also provides tips for each section.
The practice test can be printed or taken online. After completion, the test is scored. The student can then view explanations for every answer. College Board also offers an SAT study guide with a DVD and an online course, both of which are available for purchase.
Registration for the SAT can be done on the College Board's site, and students can also view their scores on the site. The three subjects on the SAT are reading, writing and mathematics. Each section is scored between 200 and 800 points.