Students, higher SAT scores can earn you merit-based scholarships providing you more money for college.
Juniors: Take the test in the Spring. Practice and preparation can improve your scores.
Seniors: Historically, 2 out of 3 students improve their SAT scores the second time they take the test.
The results are in:
Simple ways to get ready:
Create a College Board Account
You’ll need a College Board account to view your SAT scores when they’re ready. You can also search for colleges and build a college list. If you don’t have an account yet, create one.
Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy® is FREE. It includes thousands of practice questions with instant feedback, video lessons, and eight full-length practice tests. Sign up for your personalized practice plan.
Decide where to send your scores
You can send four free score reports to colleges, universities, and/or scholarship programs. Be ready with your list. The SAT is accepted by all U.S. colleges. Learn more about sending scores.