Free SAT Test Prep Now Available for Michigan Students

In January 2015, the State of Michigan announced that it was awarding a $17.1-million, three-year contract to have the SAT as the high school assessment, replacing the ACT which had been a major piece of the state’s testing system since 2007.

To better serve all students, the SAT has been redesigned to reflect what students are learning in today’s classes, and what they need to know to be college-ready, rather than just providing a score.

Starting in 2016, the SAT will be administered to all Michigan high school juniors in place of the ACT, free of charge. Students will still be able to pay to take the ACT outside of school hours.

khan2Beginning this June, all Michigan students now have access to online practice tests and materials for free, thanks to a new partnership with the Khan Academy. For the first time ever, the creators of the SAT have given Khan Academy exclusive access and advice to build a personalized practice program for anyone, anywhere.

These tools are free and available now for every student to take ownership of their learning and their future.

You can download and a real, full-length practice test. Watch videos showing step-by-step solutions to problems you missed or found challenging and get even more practice with unreleased questions from real SATs provided by College Board.

You will also find tutorials for SAT math practice and SAT reading and writing practice.

If you are looking for help in preparing for the SAT, be sure to give Optiminds a call at at (248) 496-0150. Our proven test prep instruction and skills can help you get the grades you deserve in both the SAT and ACT, as well as other placement tests. Learn more by visiting our website at: optimindsct.com.

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