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Build Your Own SAT Study Plan

Option A: Share Test Results

If you’ve taken the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, PSAT 8/9, or new SAT, share your scores with Khan Academy. It’s easy:
  1. Create a Khan Academy account.
  2. Choose to share your scores.
  3. Sign in to your College Board account and click Send.

Option B: Take Diagnostic Quizzes

  1. If you don’t have scores to share, you can still get personalized recommendations. Just create a Khan Academy account and take short diagnostic quizzes to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses.


Our free mobile apps just got even better! We’ve added our 40,000+ interactive practice questions to our Android and iPhone / iPad apps so you can study anytime, anywhere.  If you already have the Khan Academy app, update your app to access the new questions. Be sure to log in to the app, which will keep your learning progress in sync with the Khan Academy website.

Click here to learn how to take a practice SAT and get your scores using your phone.

Free Practice SAT

Get a feel for what testing day will be like by taking a free practice SAT test courtesy of C2 Education.  The Batavia Public Library will administer the practice exam on October 22nd at 9:00 am.  Please click this link to register.

SAT Tips for Parents

SAT Prep Advice

BHS Assessment Schedule

During the 2015-2016 school year, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) accepted a bid from SAT to replace ACT as the college entrance exam required of all 11th graders.

The official test date for the junior SAT is April 5, 2017.  On this day, freshmen students will take the PSAT 8/9.  The PSAT 8/9 is a test that will help students and teachers figure out what you need to work on most so that you’re ready for college when you graduate from high school.  On April 5th, the sophomores will learn more about the SAT and ways to prepare for the assessment.

The College Board website offers information on the test.  “Inside the SAT,” provides an overview of the test with links to more specific information.  Additionally, the College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to provide test preparation free of charge.  We would encourage all juniors to complete the following steps:

  • Create a College Board account and link this account to Khan academy.
  • Create a practice plan at Khan academy. (There is a video in the “Tips and Planning” section to help you get started.)  When this plan is created, the site will build a personalized study plan.
  • Encourage your student to take a full-length SAT practice test.  (College Board recommends that students take two practice tests at least five weeks apart to measure progress.)
  • Download the Daily Practice for the New SAT app.  This app is available through Google Play and the iTunes app store.  The app provides a question a day.  Even more exciting, the app scans and scores paper SAT practice tests.

Optional Exams for BHS Students

The PSAT/NMSQT and AP Exams are offered through College Board as a way to earn scholarships or college credit for high school courses.  These exams would be taken by students who have taken the appropriate AP course to prepare for the exam or who are high achieving and may qualify for National Merit.  Please follow the links below for more information about each exam and details on how to register.

PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Exam

AP Exams