SAT text in red on a multiple choice test

Changes to the SAT college admission exam are leaving students nationwide with a difficult question: “Which test is best for me?”

This 30-question test — in two parts, math and verbal — was developed by standardized testing expert Gary Gruber. It can help to accurately determine which test you should take – the new SAT, the current SAT, or the ACT. The short test approximates your new SAT score, helps identify your answer patterns, and also details solutions with common-sense strategies and required skills to increase your score.

[New SAT prompts a scramble as students worry about which admission test to take.]

Gruber is an educator, author and theoretical physicist who has published more than 40 test preparation books. Gruber also has consulted with major testing bodies. For more information, visit www.unigo.com/gruber and www.drgarygruber.com.

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Click the button below for the verbal test:


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The Gary Gruber SAT test: Which one is best for you?