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Online Site Helps With SAT Prep

Sophomore Mark Dorsey practices for the SAT on the  Khan Academy free website.

Sophomore Mark Dorsey practices for the SAT on the Khan Academy free website.

Zaire Marthrel

Sophomore Mark Dorsey practices for the SAT on the Khan Academy free website.

Zaire Marthrel

Zaire Marthrel

Sophomore Mark Dorsey practices for the SAT on the Khan Academy free website.

Juniors who wish to prepare for the upcoming SAT test can get free online test practice, according to Testing Coordinator Kara Shuell.

The SAT has partnered with Khan Academy to provide online SAT test prep, Shuell said. To access the practice questions, students need to create a free account at www.khanacademy.org.

After creating an account, students can then practice as much as they want, for free.

The practice questions will help students prepare for the SAT, which will be given to all juniors at Southfield High on April 12. The following day will include more tests that are part of the State of Michigan’s M-Step test, Shuell said.

Testing Coordinator Kara Shuell recommends students prepare for the SAT by using the free Khan Academy website.

Zaire Marthrel
Testing Coordinator Kara Shuell recommends students prepare for the SAT by using the free Khan Academy website.

While juniors are taking the SAT, ninth and tenth graders are scheduled to take the PSAT, which is the practice SAT, Shuell said.

Junior Teresita Kent said, “I’m preparing here and there by checking out SAT books and doing the practice tests inside to get my mind ready” for April 12.

Shuell said that in addition to visiting Khan Academy, students can prepare by forming study groups and setting goals for themselves.

Students who score in the 70th percentile on their Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test prior to taking the SAT can expect a score of approximately 1110, which Counselor Ne’sha Harper says is pretty good.

Harper advises students to “Study hard and do their very best” on April 12.

 

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