Monthly scholarship drawings from January to October 2021

Here’s how to qualify

Link accounts.

Practice to earn entries.

Qualify for monthly 
drawings.

Link your College Board and 
Khan Academy accounts.

Complete Timed Mini Section:
If you already have an SAT or PSAT score, 
practice three skills recommended for you to unlock a Timed Mini Section.
- or -
Complete a Diagnostic Quiz:
If you do not have a SAT or PSAT score, 
complete a Diagnostic Quiz.

Complete your practice by 
October 31, 2021
 to qualify for your chance at a $500 scholarship.

Make the most of your practice hours

Research shows that students who spend six hours or more on Official SAT Practice and complete one of the best practices below score 39 points higher on average on the SAT than students who link accounts and don’t practice. Choose a best practice below to make the most of your practice time.

I have 30 minutes to practice

Save time and focus on what you need to study most by following your personalized practice recommendations. Choose which subject area to work on and then click Start Task in the “Your-recommendations” section at the top.

Math practiceReading & writing practice

I have one to two hours to practice

In your Official SAT Practice account, you’ll see a 
skill-level icon ranging from one to four next to each individual skill. Leveling up your skills is a great way to make sure you’re making progress while you practice. Choose a few skills to focus on today.

Math skillsReading & writing skills

I have three or more hours to practice

Taking a full-length practice test is one of the best ways to simulate the test day experience and know what to expect on the SAT. We recommend you take at least one full-length practice test about two weeks before your SAT exam.

Start a practice test

Frequently asked questions

How do I link my College Board and Khan Academy accounts?

If you haven't joined Official SAT Practice yet, sign up for your free account. During the sign-up process, select Sign in to CollegeBoard.org and send my test results to Khan Academy. Follow the steps from there to link accounts.

If you already have an Official SAT Practice account, 
log in
 and click Sign in to CollegeBoard.org from your dashboard. Then follow the prompts to complete the linking process.

What is the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program? 

Applying to college is a complicated process, so our partners at College Board created a program that guides you through it. This scholarship program is currently open to all students in the Class of 2021 who attend high school in the United States and U.S. territories, and it doesn't require an essay, application, or minimum GPA. Instead, it rewards your effort and initiative. Complete key steps along your path to college for a chance to earn scholarships. Learn more here.

How can I verify that I qualified for a scholarship by practicing for the SAT?

Visit the College Board Opportunity Scholarships website and click the yellow button to login and see your progress toward each scholarship, including your activity on Official SAT Practice.

Start earning your scholarship entries

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As a participant in the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program, you can earn scholarship entries as you practice for the SAT.

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As a participant in the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program, you can earn scholarship entries as you practice for the SAT.

Monthly scholarship drawings from January to October 2021

Make the most of your practice hours

Research shows that students who spend six hours or more on Official SAT Practice and complete one of the best practices below score 39 points higher on average on the SAT than students who link accounts and don’t practice. Choose a best practice below to make the most of your practice time.

I have 30 minutes to practice

Save time and focus on what you need to study most by following your personalized practice recommendations. Choose which subject area to work on and then click Start Task in the “Your-recommendations” section at the top.

Math practiceReading & writing practice

I have one to two hours to practice

In your Official SAT Practice account, you’ will see a skill-level icon ranging from one to four next to each individual skill. Leveling up your skills is a great way to make sure you’re making progress while you practice. Choose a few skills to focus on today.

Math skillsReading & writing skills

I have three or more hours to practice

Taking a full-length practice test is one of the best ways to simulate the test day experience and know what to expect on the SAT. We recommend you take at least one full-length practice test about two weeks before your SAT exam.

Start a practice test

Frequently asked questions

How do I link my College Board and Khan Academy accounts?

If you haven't joined Official SAT Practice yet, sign up for your free account. During the sign-up process, select Sign in to CollegeBoard.org and send my test results to Khan Academy. Follow the steps from there to link accounts.

If you already have an Official SAT Practice account, 
log in and click Sign in to CollegeBoard.org from your dashboard. Then follow the prompts to complete the linking process. 

What is the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program? 

Applying to college is a complicated process, so our partners at College Board created a program that guides you through it. This scholarship program is currently open to all students in the Class of 2021 who attend high school in the United States and U.S. territories, and it doesn't require an essay, application, or minimum GPA. Instead, it rewards your effort and initiative. Complete key steps along your path to college for a chance to earn scholarships. 
Learn more here.

How can I see how many hours I’ve practiced on Official SAT Practice so far?

Visit the College Board Opportunity Scholarships website and click the yellow button to login and see your progress toward each scholarship, including the number of hours you’ve practiced on Official SAT Practice.

Practice now

You're eligible for a $500 SAT Practice Scholarship

You're eligible for a $500 SAT Practice Scholarship

Start earning your scholarship entries