College Admissions Testing
- Flyer on Linking Your College Board Account to Khan Academy
- computer slideshow (a "how-to" link both your Khan Academy and College Board Accounts)
- video (a "how-to" link both your Khan Academy and College Board Accounts)
- Redesigned SAT Practice Tests (practice SAT test)
- Flyer on Free SAT Practice Tools (sign up for FREE practice test)
- Flyer on Daily Practice for SAT (How to "daily practice" your SAT)
The College Board's SAT Program consists of the SAT Reasoning Test (SAT) and SAT Subject Tests. The SAT is three hours and 45 minutes long and measures skills in three areas: critical reading, math, and writing. Although most questions are multiple choice, students are also required to write a 25-minute essay. The SAT Subject Tests are one-hour, mostly multiple-choice tests in specific subjects. These tests measure knowledge of particular subjects and the ability to apply that knowledge. Many colleges require or recommend one or more of these tests for admission.
SAT Concordance Table
The ACT test assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple choice tests cover four skill areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The Writing test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay.
Other Testing Websites
Tutoring Services Guide (Compare reviews for tutoring services created by Consumer Affairs)
ACT - ACT, PLAN
CollegeBoard - SAT I, SAT II, PSAT, AP, CLEP
College CountDown - Free online practice tests for PSAT, ACT, SAT
Michigan Merit Awards - MEAP, FAFSA, Michigan Merit Awards
ACT & SAT Test Prep opportunities (page with various informational links)
National Center for Fair & Open Testing (ACT/SAT in Admissions Decisions)
Test Score Access
- SAT score: College Board or call 866-756-7346 Paper reports will not be available for SAT.
- PSAT score: 866-433-7728 Paper reports will be sent to schools for PSAT 9 and 10 only in mid June.
- ACT score: 319-337-1270