On March 27, all Delaware 11th grade public school students will take the SAT test during their regular school day. This year, the SAT has been redesigned to better align to Delaware's standards for student learning. The SAT also replaces the Smarter test as the state's assessment for 11th grade students.
To help Delaware students and families prepare for the SAT and to better prepare students for SAT success, a number of SAT resources and handouts are listed below. These materials provide more information about this year's SAT changes and available supports. Please use and distribute as needed.
How to link College Board and Khan Academy accounts to get free, personalized SAT test prep based on a student's PSAT results.
Access to free SAT prep (for those who have not yet taken the PSAT or SAT).
Additional SAT Resources and information for students, families, teachers, and district administrators. Includes accommodations information and links to teacher report portals.
For students planning to take the SAT in April. Includes information on the new test and how the College Board made the SAT more focused, clear, and useful.
Infographic on the new SAT structure, score, sections, and approach to testing. Quickly shows the changes from the SAT previously administered to the new SAT being administered beginning March 2016.
Provides information on a new SAT app that students can use to receive daily SAT questions with immediate feedback. Includes how students can take a pic of their SAT practice sheets to receive an immediate score. Available through the AppStore and GooglePlay.
Includes steps for students on how to access SAT practice tools, practice tips, and ways to support student practice.
Gives details about free, personalized SAT prep available to students.
Outlines how schools and families can support students as they practice for the SAT.
Outlines available accommodations for English Learner students.