## Can I take the SAT without studying?

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So yes, you can definitely ”pass” the SAT without studying, but I would at least put in some hours to it. Most people can get a great score if they set their minds to it. If you mean get a decent score, sure you can do that without studying for it. I didn’t study for it and I got 800 on math.

## What test is harder ACT or SAT?

Neither the SAT nor the ACT is “easier” or “harder” than the other – but different types of students usually do MUCH better on one than they do on the other. This is problematic, because certain students are practically built to take the ACT, and will find themselves struggling with the SAT – and vice versa.

## Can you bring snacks to the SAT?

There will be a couple of 5-minute breaks during the test during which you can have snacks. Snacks can be eaten outside the testing room. You will not be allowed to eat while you’re actually taking the test. The test is at least 3 hours long, so having some snacks can help sustain you.

## Do you have to clear your calculator for the SAT?

While the College Board’s official calculator policy states that you do not need a calculator for the SAT, the reality is that a calculator is an absolute must for the exam.

## What is an acceptable calculator for the SAT?

Acceptable Calculators Calculators permitted during testing include: Most graphing calculators (see chart) All scientific calculators. All four-function calculators (not recommended)

## What is the best calculator for the SAT?

Best Calculators for the SAT: ReviewedCalculator for the SATAward1TI-Nspire CX CASBest Overall2TI-84 PlusBest Value3TI-73 ExplorerBudget Pick

## Can you use a calculator for the SAT?

Test takers are only authorized to use a calculator on the Calculator portion of the Math section of the SAT, and they must clearly be put away when working on the No Calculator portion of the math test, as well as the Reading, Writing, and Language sections.

## What is the best calculator in the world?

The 9 Best Graphing Calculators of 2020Best Overall: Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE. Best Value: Casio FX-9750GII. Best for Engineers: Texas Instruments Nspire CX CAS. Best for Calculus: Casio FX-9860GII. Best for Algebra: Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus. Best for High School: Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus. Best Display: Casio FX-CG10 PRIZM Color.