Khan Academy is an amazing, free, online tool to assist students in preparing for the SAT and AP tests. Click here to start studying with Khan Academy.
LINK YOUR COLLEGE BOARD ACCOUNT TO YOUR KHAN ACADEMY:
Why link Khan Academy and College Board Accounts?
► Linking your accounts will further personalize your practice: the practice recommendations on Khan Academy will be based on your PSAT/NMSQT results
► All future scores from the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9 will also be sent to help customize your practice and recommendations on Khan Academy.
► You will be able to jump right into practice without having to take any additional diagnostic quizzes or practice tests to get personalized recommendations.
Students register to take the SAT via College Board. One of the neat things about Khan academy is that you can link it with your College Board account, so the study materials can be adjusted off of your test score reports.
**Follow these instructions to link your College Board Account to your Khan Academy account.
Other test prep information:
- Free ACT Study Guide
- Free ACT Academy - provides students with personalized study plans to help them prepare for the ACT test
- Free SAT/ACT Practice Tests (March2Success website)
- Free ACT Study Guide
What's the Difference?
ACT SAT Stands for American College Test Scholastic Aptitude Test What is tested ACT assesses knowledge of subjects taught in high school. SAT measures literacy and writing skills, and assesses how well a student analyzes and solves problems. Website www.actstudent.org sat.collegeboard.com/home When to take the test ACT examination is offered six times a year in the months of February, April, June, September, October, December. In USA, SAT examination is offered seven times a year in the months of January, March, May, June, October, November, December. Penalty for incorrect answers There is no penalty for wrong answers. There is no penalty for wrong or omitted answers. Test Duration 3 hours and 25 minutes (including 30 minutes for an optional writing test). 3 hours (+50 minutes with optional essay). Major Sections 4 major sections- English, Math, Reading, and Science Reasoning. A fifth section (Writing) is optional. 3 major sections- Mathematics, Reading and Writing. Top Score 36 1600 Popular in The ACT tends to be relatively more popular in the Midwest and the South. The SAT tends to be more popular on the East and West coasts. Test owned by ACT Inc. College Board Started in 1959 1926