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Are you allowed to look at past SATs ?

JackTCJackTC Registered User Posts: 91 Junior Member
edited November 2012 in Nepal
Just curious if you were allowed to look at past SATs and if it was legal.
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Replies to: Are you allowed to look at past SATs ?

  • 12hulk34512hulk345 Registered User Posts: 175 Junior Member
    Generally, it is not allowed to distribute/copy ( in any form ) the past SAT papers without the permission of CB. And CB makes sure that the past papers aren't distributed ( or leaked) because the experimental section has yet to be appeared as the actual testing section...
    If you get any past paper in any form, it surely is illegal, until CB is the one providing you the papers.....
    But there are a lot of students ( I think almost everyone) , who have practiced the actual SAT papers... I have done too...
    It's your choice what you want to do...
    Also, this is the not the right place to ask this question..
    You will get varied answers and you will certainly know more about this this topic, if you make this thread or similar to this, here: SAT Preparation - College Confidential
  • scourge566scourge566 Registered User Posts: 64 Junior Member
    First, your question in not clear. What do you mean by "past SATs"? If you are talking about past sections of SAT then Nope! you can't!! Of course it is prohibited! You can do it secretly, but if you are caught then your paper will be canceled.
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