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Free PSAT & SAT Practice Tools

For the first time ever, the creators of the SAT have given Khan Academy exclusive access and advice to build a personalized practice program for anyone, anywhere. These tools are free and available now for every student to take ownership of their learning and their future.

The official SAT Practice is a product of a partnership between CollegeBoard and Kahn academy.

With this free, online set of tools, you get:

  • Practice tests and more
    4 official full-length practice tests, plus study and test-taking tips
  • Interactive practice
    Thousands of practice questions, video lessons, and hints
  • Short quizzes
    8 diagnostic quizzes to pinpoint your areas for practice
  • Instant feedback
    Get constant feedback and progress so you know where you stand
  • Parents can sign up to receive updates!

Starting this fall (2015), students who take the PSAT8/9 (for grades 8 and 9) or the PSAT/NMSQT (for grades 10 and 11) will have the option of linking their College Board accounts to Khan Academy. No identifiable information about any student will be shared with Khan, but the metadata from the test results will allow Khan to produce a customized practice program for each student.

The resource also helps high school student who are struggling with a weak academic foundation. If the SAT practice resources and sample problems are challenging for a student who, for instance, is not comfortable adding and subtracting fractions. That student will be routed through developmental exercises that boost basic skills, so that he or she can engage meaningfully in college readiness practice associated with the SAT.