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Online SAT study prep should be rationed into the curriculum for eighth through twelfth grade students to improve scores on pre-SAT tests, general course work, standardized tests, and the senior Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), and to ultimately prepare students for college/collegiate success…

The College Board and Khan Academy offers free SAT prep on their website, and all middle and high schools should incorporate the site link into their school websites and delegate instructors to require students to register and practice/study on the site for designated periods of time during and after school…

The College Board + Khan Academy SAT study website should be tweaked to allow instructor logon, student progress monitoring, and specific course work designation privileges, and there should be a similar course prep website for students in all grade levels.

Schools mandating SAT and general online study prep would yield the ultimate academic turnaround or improvement in student performance in public and other primary, secondary, and post secondary schools. An initiative of this sort is so important that schools should call and/or send representatives around to student homes to make certain that parents receive notice of it, and encourage sufficient student use of SAT and/or similar study sites both during and after school, and help with connecting parents and the most at-risk students with computers and/or other technology via which they could study…

Requiring routine online SAT study prep and a similar program of study for students in general would be the most important venture in education since the formal establishment of education itself—It would empower and transform the poorest performing students into honors and “college material”…

 

 

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