Prepare all of your students for the SAT

Practice that’s associated with  improvement of SAT scores, from the official practice partner of the College Board. With Khan Academy Districts, schools and districts receive extra tools, data, training, and support to ensure that all students can make the most of Official SAT Practice.

Practice that makes a difference

Whether you are preparing your students for an SAT graduation requirement or state test alternative, or ensuring all your students have access to SAT preparation, using Official SAT Practice with Khan Academy Districts helps all students be prepared for one of the most important tests of their educational career.

Insights for administrators

The tools to ensure that all students are spending the appropriate time on practice and preparation with administrator level reporting

Better support for teachers and students

With automatic rostering through Clever, teachers and students are automatically linked, saving time and ensuring teachers have the right students in their classes and can see student progress. Professional Learning helps teachers better support student progress. Students can link their Khan Academy account with their College Board account to get preparation recommendations based on their PSAT or SAT score.

Productive practice is associated with score increases

Our research suggests three best practices associated with substantial improvements in SAT scores: leveling up your skills, taking a full-length practice test, and following personalized practice recommendations. Students who used Official SAT Practice for six or more hours and followed at least one best practice scored 39 points higher than students who did not use Official SAT Practice.

Summary of findings

“I teach 12th grade ELA/Intensive Reading to Seniors who have not yet met their reading requirements for graduation.  I fully believe that Khan Academy is what helps these students earn a concordant score on the SAT to fulfill their requirements.  Khan Academy is their path to success and earning their High School Diploma.”


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