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SAT Help in Spanish

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SAT info

SAT overview

SAT information:

Individual pricing for students

As you can see from the above link, the SAT with Essay would normally cost the students $57.  Your 12th graders are taking the SAT for free on October 11th, which we refer to as SAT School Day.

SAT School Day video:

What is SAT® School Day?

Improving access to and equity in the higher education admission process has always been a primary driver of the College Board’s mission. By fairly assessing the skills students have learned in school and their ability to apply those skills, the SAT continues to support this mission, while also serving as a valuable tool to help states and districts foster a college-going culture.  The College Board's SAT School Day program enables states and districts to create a unique opportunity for all of their juniors or seniors to take the SAT in their home schools

Benefits for Students

  • Testing on a weekday does not interfere with work or family obligations scheduled on the weekend.
  • Students no longer have to worry about transportation or trying to locate the testing site because they test in their own schools.
  • The SAT on a school day reduces test-day stress because students are in a familiar location with familiar staff.
  • The SAT connects students to free college planning tools that help them learn more about the application process, access financial aid tools, explore majors, and more.
  • Student Search Service®:  students may choose to participate in Student Search Service when registering for a College Board exam.

SAT School Day Score Reporting Fee Waiver:  Four additional score sends at any time during high school (fee-waiver code required); Four college application fee waivers (CAFWs) to use in applying to colleges and universities participating in the fee-waiver service (delivered directly to eligible seniors)

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SAT Help

FREE SAT Practice

College Board provides FREE personalized practice for the SAT through our partnership with Kahn Academy.  Students can link their College Board account and receive a free, personalized practice plan to prepare for the SAT.

SAT Practice video- Kahn Academy:

Khan Academy:

There is also an official College Board SAT Practice App, available in the itunes store or through Google Play for Android users.

Attached to this email are the Official Parent Guides for Khan Academy (English and Spanish)



Other Parent Resources:

Big Future – college planning website – parents can click on the grade links in the Parent Action Plans to learn how to help their child plan for their future.