Now you can practice for SAT Test for free as Khan Academy partner with College Board
Khan Academy has partnered with the College Board to directly address one of the greatest inequities around college entrance exams: the culture of high-priced test preparation.
Now, for the first time, all students have the opportunity to practice for the SAT with completely free, best-in-class materials.
The College Board, creators of the SAT, recently announced a redesigned SAT coming in 2016 and a historic partnership with Khan Academy to make comprehensive, best-in-class SAT prep materials open and free.
In the meantime, students taking the SAT in 2014–2015 can begin practicing now with hundreds of questions from unreleased SATs and over 200 videos with step-by-step solutions.
The SAT should reward merit and hard work, and success on the exam should be available to all. There is no better statement of our commitment to making the SAT a world-class, high-quality, and fair test than partnering with Khan Academy to provide free SAT preparation for the world.
President and CEO of College Board
Khan Academy will work in close collaboration with the College Board to create thousands of in-depth practice problems and instructional videos available spring of 2015 – a full year before the launch of the redesigned SAT.
Students will be able to practice at their own pace using Khan Academy’s personalized learning dashboard. The dashboard recommends exercises at each student’s level and shows progress, points, and badges as students accomplish their “SAT mission.”
Click here to learn more about the SAT online course on Khan Academy: www.khanacademy.org/sat