Preparing for Testing
Khan Academy and College Board have teamed up to provide FREE SAT prep. Students can now link their College Board account to Khan Academy. This allows Khan Academy to use student PSAT scores to create personalized plans and areas of focus for each student.
Students have access to video tutorials, practice exercises, and full-length practice SAT tests. Preparing for the SAT helps students have better confidence on the testing material and also helps students practice their time management skills.
Studies show just 20 hours of practice in Khan Academy results in an average score gain of 115 points, nearly double the average score gain compared to students who don’t use Khan Academy.
Sounds great? How do I link my student’s accounts?
Step 1: Visit satpractice.org. Students can create an account on Khan Academy or sign into an existing account that they have previously made. It is highly suggested that students use their Highline “g” email if they have not previously made an account.
Step 2: Select start practicing when prompted. Click on Sign into Collegeboard.org. When prompted, agree to link your College Board and Khan Academy Accounts.
Step 3: Hit send to create your personalized practice plan.
Click here to see a more detailed instructions on creating a student account.
Have questions? Contact Sativah Jones at email@example.com or 206-631-3163.