SAT Puzzles

Studying for the SAT doesn't have to be boring and monotonous! You can improve your vocabulary by completing a daily crossword puzzle and you can sharpen your critical reasoning skills by solving word and number puzzles. Puzzles are great exercises for your brain, and students who enjoy solving puzzles typically perform well on the SAT because they know how to reason logically.

Most newspapers and magazines contain crossword and sudoku puzzles, and you can find puzzle books in the magazine section at the grocery store. We have provided some sample puzzles here to get you started. Enjoy!

Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle - solution
Vocabulary Word Search
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Sudoku Puzzles
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Logic Puzzle
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Variety Puzzles
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