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Linking Your College Board Account to Khan Academy

1. Set up an account or login to the College Board.

1. Set up an account or login to the College Board.

Go to this link.

If you have not set up a College Board Account, click on Sign Up and fill out the necessary information. When you are done, login.

2. Access your PSAT/NMSQT Fall 2017 Scores.

2. Access your PSAT/NMSQT Fall 2015 Scores.

Click on View Details.

Some of you might have already taken the SAT, you may use the scores of your most recent test.

3. Download the Report

3. Download the Report

Click on Download Report. Your teachers may ask you to send them a copy to help assist you with your training program.

4. Access Khan Academy

4. Access Khan Academy

From the Popular Tools drop down, select SAT Practice.

5. Login to Khan Academy

5. Login to Khan Academy

You will be redirected to Khan's Academy.

Click on Check it out now.

a. Sign in with you Mitty Gmail.

a. Sign in with you Mitty Gmail.

If you already have an account with Khan Academy, sign in. If not, sign in with your Mitty Gmail.

b. Grant Khan's Academy permission to access your Google account.

b. Grant Khan's Academy permission to access your Google account.

Make sure you email account is selected and click on Allow.

c. Link your Scores

Alright, let's go get your scores and bring them over.

Click on Sign in to CollegeBoard.org.

d. Request Approval

d. Request Approval

Click on Send.

e. Allow Khan to share with College Board.

e. Allow Khan to share with College Board.

6. Review Your Tailored Program

6. Review Your Tailored Program

Your screen will look a little different from above since, but you get the idea.

With your scores transferred over, Khan Academy has already analyzed how to improve your scores. You can set up a Practice Schedule (see Step 7) or just start practicing. When you click on Or continue practicing, it will send you to a new page where you can work on Math or Reading and Writing.

Your homework to complete by October 10 is to select those areas on which you wish to improve. You will complete one hour for Math and one hour for English. You are free to choose what areas will best support your upcoming PSAT test.

7. Setting up your Practice Schedule (Optional)

Once you are linked, you'll find your scores on the right hand side and the opportunity to set up your training program on the left hand side.

When you're asked for what test you're prepping, select the October 11, 2017 PSAT/NMSQT. It will set up a training program and walk you through four steps.

Step 1: This will confirm the October 11, 2017 PSAT/NMSQT.

Step 2: They will send you an email reminder to practice.

Step 3: Optional: You can take a full length practice test. These take a very long time. Not recommended unless you really have the time.

Step 4: This will set up the frequency for Skill Practice. You will set up your own training program. The English Department requires that you practice any skill set for one hour and the Math Department requires that you practice any skill set for one hour. This needs to be completed by Tuesday, October 10.

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