MajorTests.com and ProProfs.com offer free SAT writing tests, while VarsityTutors.com features links leading to free SAT writing tests. CollegeBoard.org features review, writing tips and practice questions for the SAT writing section.
The SAT tests students' writing skills in two ways: an essay portion and with grammar questions. For the essay portion, students have 25 minutes to write one essay. The SAT has two grammar sections; one that takes 25 minutes to complete and one that takes 10.
A good plan for taking the SAT writing test is to start with one of the free online tests. For example, MajorTests.com offers 10 free practice tests related to grammar. Students get immediate feedback on whether their answers were correct. The site also offers explanations for any questions the student got wrong.
Unfortunately, essay evaluation is somewhat subjective, so the websites cannot score practice essays for students. However, both CollegeBoard.org and MajorTests.com offer an essay rubric so students can evaluate their own practice essays.
CollegeBoard.com also features writing tips for the essay portion. When students are ready to practice this skill, they should go through this section first. The next step is identifying a prompt they want to answer and writing the essay. They can use the rubric and the writing tips section to evaluate how well they completed the task.