When the people who develop the redesigned SAT team up with Khan Academy’s experts in online learning, students get free world-class practice tools. Make sure your students know what’s available.
Seven Ways to Get Students Practicing
- Point students to the diagnostic quizzes, personalized suggestions, and video lessons at Khan Academy®.
- Screen this short video that shows how students can share their PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 scores with Khan Academy for recommendations based on their results.
- Share these College Board practice tools.
- Print a full-length SAT practice test and pass it out — or host a practice test at school.
- Direct students to their local Boys & Girls Clubs; many clubs provide SAT practice support.
- Encourage students to start their own SAT study group.
- Tweet encouragement: Keep students motivated with these tweets and Facebook posts.
Bring Official SAT Practice to Your Students
In this 23-minute video, Boys & Girls Club coaches learn how to engage students in SAT practice on Khan Academy.
- SAT Practice Resources
- Khan Academy’s Official SAT Practice
- Khan Academy’s Help Center
- The Khan Academy partnership
Tells students about free practice tools from Khan Academy® and the College Board.
Learn how to bring official SAT practice into your classroom with this implementation guide.
Explains how students share scores with Khan Academy® and the benefits of doing so.
Shows students how the free app helps them prepare for the SAT.
Step-by-step guide on how to link College Board and Khan Academy® accounts for a personalized SAT practice plan.
Gives parents tips to help their children practice for the SAT using Khan Academy®.
Gives parents tips to help their children practice for the SAT using Khan Academy®. In Spanish.
A guide describing how schools can support students using Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy® with examples from Orange County Public Schools, Florida.
- The #newSAT is here. Get practicing with free, personalized tools from @CollegeBoard and @KhanAcademy: satpractice.org
- Put your heads together for SAT success — create a study group. Get tips at sat.org/studygroup