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SAT Information for Parents & Students

Starting in the Spring of 2016, the SAT will replace the ACT as part of the state's test for high school juniors, and 9th and 10th graders will take the PSAT as part of the state testing program. The SAT is accepted at all Michigan universities and is accepted at nearly all four-year colleges and universities in the United States.

How can my student practice and become familiar with the new SAT?

The College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to provide complete and free online SAT resources.  When students create a free account on Khan Academy, they can take a complete SAT practice course that is interactive and adapts to the student's level.  After a few twenty-minute diagnostic quizzes, Khan creates an individualized SAT course for each student.  Because of their official partnership, Khan promises that their study questions and practice tests are not merely aligned to the new SAT; rather, they are directly from the creators of the new SAT, the College Board.  Khan logs a student's daily practice activities and tracks their progress towards success on all sections of the SAT.  Four full-length free SAT practice exams are available in this Khan course.  Please go to this link to start preparing for the new SAT: