Types of test
SATs 2019 offers mathematics arithmetic and mathematics reasoning papers, just like the real test papers.
There are two versions of each – with or without hints.
Papers with hints
Papers with hints are marked question by question, so the student can review their progress as they go. The hints are there to help them revise and recall what they need to know to tackle each question. There is no time limit.
Papers without hints
The papers without hints are the closest to the real tests, as just like the real tests they are timed and marked on completion, with no help available.
Here’s more information about the differences between the paper-based tests and our online versions.
Also available are short timed Workouts; choose between 1-minute, 5-minute and 10-minute durations. These tests are marked as you go and also have hints. Workouts are comprised of questions picked at random from other tests. Each time the test is run, a new set of questions is chosen, making them suitable for repeated use.