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The College Board: PSAT and SAT

The College Board is a non-profit organization that connects students to college success. College Board offers students the opportunity to take free PSAT and SAT practice tests. Click here to learn more about the PSAT and SAT and to take practice tests. 

The article, The Parent Worry Index, by The College Board, ranked the top concerns that parents have about college. The article highlights resources to help parents face their concerns with confidence. Check it out! To read the article, please click here.


The Lutheran High School of Kansas City offers freshmen, sophomores, and juniors the opportunity to take the PSAT at school. The PSAT is a practice test for the SAT. The PSAT scores are also used to identify National Merit Scholars and award merit scholarships. The PSAT is offered every year in October. The PSAT has two sections, Mathematics, and Evidenced-based Reading and Writing. The PSAT is scored in each section on a scale of 160-760. The perfect score is 1520. Click here to take the PSAT practice tests.


Khan Academy 
The College Board and Khan Academy have partnered in order to help students practice for the SAT online. Khan Academy provides questions approved by the College Board, videos, lessons, tips, and test strategies, take official SAT practice tests and create personalized study plans based on your results. Khan Academy creates a practice plan for you based on a diagnostic or your SAT or PSAT/NMSQT scores. According to the Khan Academy website, 20 hours of practice on Khan Academy is associated with an average of 115 points score increase from the PSAT/NMSQT to the SAT. Khan Academy provides questions in the areas of Mathematics, US and World History, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Reading, and Writing. Click here to take SAT practice tests online with Khan Academy. Your answers will be scored at the end of the test. After the practice test, you will get a personalized practice recommendation so you can study the subjects that were challenging.

SAT Practice Tests

If you prefer to take a pencil and paper test, download the paper practice tests on the College Board website. The College Board provides students the opportunity to take eight paper SAT practice tests. After you finish the paper practice test, get instant feedback and question-by-question results from your phone. Just open the free app, Daily Practice for the SAT, and snap a picture of your answer sheet. You can also print out the guide that comes with the test and score it by hand. Click here to take a paper practice SAT test.


Daily Practice for the SAT 

Want to practice every day for the SAT? The Daily Practice for the SAT app, allows students the opportunity to practice the SAT daily. Answer a question a day on the Daily Practice for the SAT app and get immediate feedback. Click here to download the Daily Practice for the SAT app and practice for the SAT.

Scholarships by SAT Score 

Click here for information in regards to Scholarships by SAT Score. 


The ACT is a college admissions test accepted by all colleges in the United States. Superscoring is now available with ACT but not all colleges accept Superscores. ACT allows the student to select four colleges for their scores to be sent to with each testing at no additional cost.
For testing dates and more information, please
click here to visit the ACT website.

ACT Academy

ACT Academy is a free online tool and practice test program. The ACT Academy is designed to help students get the best score possible on the ACT test. The ACT Academy provides video lessons, interactive practice questions, full-length practice tests, educational games, and other materials targeted to your academic needs. ACT Academy provides students with a personalized study plan based on their previous scores from the ACT test, PreACT, Official ACT practice tests, and platform diagnostics. Click here to start practicing with ACT Academy.

ACT Online Prep

The ACT Online Prep is an online resource to help students prepare to take the ACT test. It features real questions from previous tests. The ACT Online Prep is a great way to prepare for the ACT, practice ACT questions, and review your scores. A free mobile app comes with your purchase of ACT Online Prep for on-the-go reviewing. Click here to study with ACT Online Prep.

Another resource for ACT prep as well as AP exams can be found through Magoosh which includes free practice tests, video lessons, and flashcards. Click here to learn more.

Scholarships by ACT Score 

Click here for more information in regards to Scholarships by ACT Score.

Classic Learning Test (CLT) 

The CLT is a relatively new competitor to the well-known SAT and ACT standardized college entrance exams.  Not all colleges accept CLT scores for admission. To create a free account with CLT click here 


What is CLEP?

The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) offers thirty-four (34) college course material. If a student passes a CLEP exam, he or she can earn three or more college credits at more than 2,900 U.S. colleges and universities. CLEP was created to help individuals with prior knowledge in a college course subject earn college credits. 

Key CLEP Facts, Information by College Board Website:

  • Students take CLEP exams on a computer at official CLEP test centers.
  • CLEP exams contain multiple-choice questions.
  • CLEP exams take about 90–120 minutes to complete, depending on the exam subject.
  • CLEP exams are offered year-round at more than 2,000 CLEP test centers across the country.
  • Students receive their CLEP exam scores immediately after completing the exam (except for College Composition and Spanish with Writing).
  • More than 2,900 U.S. colleges and universities grant credit for CLEP.

Who can take a CLEP Exam?

High school students can take a CLEP exam. If you are interested in earning college credit, you can take a CLEP exam! CLEP exams will save time and money. 

To visit the CLEP website, please click here

To register for a CLEP exam, please click here