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SAT Practice on Khan Academy

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The Best Practice Is Now Free

Official SAT Practice focuses on exactly what you need to work on most.

Practice now.


  • Interactive problems
  • Video lessons
  • Full-length practice tests
  • Personalized study plan
  • Instant SAT Essay feedback

The Results Are In: Official SAT Practice Pays Off

A study of 250,000 students from the class of 2017 showed that a little practice goes a long way—regardless of gender, race, income, or high school GPA. In fact, 20 hours on Khan Academy® was associated with an average 115-point increase from the PSAT/NMSQT to the SAT.

SAT Score Improvements and Official SAT Practice

This graphic shows the average number of points gained from PSAT/NMSQT to SAT associated with the hours spent practicing on Khan Academy.

With no Official SAT Practice there was an average gain of about 60 points. With six hours of Official SAT Practice there was an average gain of about 90 points. With twenty hours of Official SAT Practice there was an average gain of about 115 points.

Knocking It Out of the Park

The more you practice, the better you’ll feel on test day. Sixteen thousand students improved their scores by 200 points or more.

Sixteen thousand students saw gains of 200 points or more.

Real Students Make Real Progress

“With Khan Academy, every time I got a question wrong, I was able to go back and do it again and get better and better.”

—Valencia; her SAT score was 470 points higher than her PSAT/NMSQT score

“The website was simple, straight to the point, and it really helped me with problem solving.”

—Matthew; his score was 200 points higher than his PSAT/NMSQT score

Watch videos about real students who know the importance of practice.

Get Started with a Plan Built Just for You

Option A: Share Your Test Results

Go to to share your scores and get a personalized SAT study plan based on your results from the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, PSAT 8/9, or SAT.

Learn how to link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts.

Option B: Take Diagnostic Quizzes

If you don’t have scores to share, you can still go to for personalized practice—just take a few short quizzes and get a study plan that helps you focus on the areas you need to work on most.


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