One of the best resources is http://collegeboard.com/quickstart. Use your Online Access Code located on your PSAT Score Report to login. There are many FREE tools to help you improve your SAT score such as “My SAT Study Plan.” This feature gives personalized skills feedback and access to hundreds of practice questions to prepare for the SAT. You can follow a step-by-step video tutorial on how to get started at http://www.collegeboard.com/html/demo/.
There are video tutorials at https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat which includes math, reading and writing practice and a full-length SAT.
The website http://ineedapencil.ck12.org/ aims to empower underserved students through innovative online resources that maximize access to higher education. They offer FREE online SAT Prep.
www.highfivescholarships.com offers a free SAT and ACT strategy guide
Kaplan offers opportunities for students to take free SAT tests with a score review online (http://www.kaptest.com/College/Getting-into-College/free-practice-tests-workshops.html).
Princeton Review also offers opportunities for students to take free SATs. Find a free practice test near you: http://www.princetonreview.com/college/free-sat-practice-test.aspx.
Through your Pupil Path account, access the Edge in College Prep SAT practice tests. Reserve an Official SAT guide book to complete these exams.
The College Office also has a list of free and low cost SAT prep courses by borough in their office. Stop by to pick one up!