Please help me with this!!!!!! Urgent!

<p>Does anyone have the answers to the practice test on the collegeboard website (the free one you don't have to have the online course to access)? I really need it. I did the test but now I can't find the answers! Help!</p>

<p>Yes, I do. PM your email address to me and I'll send you the answers. Just make sure to tell me WHICH free test you're talking about...there have been 3 different tests offered at different times...</p>

<p>Or you can go to the CB website, click on SAT Test Prep, Under the "Official Practice Test" heading, click on "Download". You can download pdf answer booklets to the current test ('06-'07) by clicking on "Scoring Your Test" or to the previous test by clicking "Scoring Guide for the 2005-06 Official SAT Practice Test"</p>

<p>I can't find the answers to this test anywhere. It's the free test that anyone can access on CB. </p>

<p>Section two is math and the first question reads:</p>

<p>If 4(t+u) + 3 = 19, then t + u=</p>

<p>That Q. is on 2005-06 free prac test. Do as follows:
1st <a href=""&gt;;/a> Log in --> then go to "My Organizer" --> look for "My SAT prep" Section --> on the right column theres My To-Do list, there on the bottom is "Take a free test", click it. --> now ur in new window below in which somein goes like dis:
"Did you download this practice text before August 15, 2006?
If so, we have now uploaded a new test for 2006-07. To score the old test, you may download the Scoring Guide for the 2005-06 Official SAT Practice Test (.pdf/549k). If you entered your answers online and got a score report for the old test, you can still access your scores in the SAT Preparation Center by clicking on "Show Score Summary"."</p>

<p>download the given pdf file.</p>

<p>^^ "My To-Do list" is on left column</p>

<p>^sorry fo dat</p>

<p>virtuoso, send me your email and I'll send a copy if you can't find it.</p>

<p>Thanks Porkey for the instructions but I still can't find it. :(</p>

<p>^^dat's very funny 'n dumb virtuoso<em>735 after all dat, anyways, try this; its a direct link,
<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/em&gt;assets/pdfs/eri/scoring_2005-2006.pdf&lt;/p>

<p>Or <a href=""&gt;;/a> for the current version.</p>