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    The most important path to college success has always been excellent work in the classroom. But the rise of costly test preparation has introduced a perception of inequality among students. With the redesign of the SAT, the College Board, in partnership with Khan Academy, is announcing its commitment to providing free, high-quality SAT practice materials for all.


    Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy

    Personalized, world-class practice for the new SAT. Totally free.

    Create your own Khan Academy Account by accessing their website: http://www.khanacademy.org

    Try Sample Questions

    To help you prepare for the new SAT (first offered in spring 2016), the College Board has released a significant number of test questions and made them available on our website.

    Review Sample Questions

    Paper-and-Pencil Practice

    Simulate test day by taking an official SAT Practice Test, developed and provided by the College Board as PDFs for easy printing. After you've finished, use the answer explanation PDF to check your answers, review answer explanations, and learn from your mistakes.

    You can also take these same four SAT practice tests online at Khan Academy.

    Go to Practice Tests

    Personalized Study for the SAT with Khan Academy

    Students who take any test in the SAT Suite of Assessments — or an official SAT Practice Test online at KhanAcademy.org — will have access to personalized SAT study resources based on their results. The Khan Academy practice experience will be adaptive and tailored to meet each student’s individual needs. To ensure that all test-takers have access to practice, the College Board and Khan Academy are collaborating with community-based organizations, like the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, as well as teachers and schools.

    The following practice resources are available now on Khan Academy:

    • Thousands of practice questions, reviewed and approved by the College Board
    • The four official SAT Practice Tests written by the College Board
    • Personalized recommendations for instruction and practice to help students fill their knowledge gaps
Last Modified on April 9, 2019