Free SAT/ACT Resources Available

With so much information coming from so many sources, it’s easy to lose track of important ACT- and SAT-related details, and to be skeptical about whether to trust the material being presented. Knowing the content of the exams is important, but it’s not everything; it’s also crucial for students to learn about logical testing timelines, best practices for prep, services that will allow them to see their exam questions, and more.

We understand the importance of providing clear, concise information to school counselors, who are often the only resource for students with questions about these exams. That’s why we’ve created this short guide, which summarizes key facts that go beyond basic test structure, and which can help you provide timely, valuable ACT- and SAT-related advice to your students and their parents. We encourage you to print and display these pointers for easy access, and hope that this guide helps make the testing process less intimidating and more constructive.

What you need to know about the SAT

What you need to know about the ACT

Top 10 Things Counselors Should Know About the Tests

Evan Wessler is the VP of Education at Method Test Prep. He can answer any questions you have about the SAT or ACT by e-mailing him at or visiting the Method Test Prep website at