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What SAT data is available to administrators?

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Khan Academy offers administrators a variety of data about how their students are preparing for both the digital and traditional versions of the SAT. During this transition period where Khan Academy has preparation options for both versions of the test, extra care needs to be taken to make sure you are looking at the correct student data. 

This article will cover where administrators can find the data for each version of the test that students are preparing for, and how to export the data. 

Below is an image showing a high level overview of where you can access each type of data from your Administrator Dashboard: 

Now let’s dive in a bit deeper to learn more about the options highlighted above:

Digital SAT Prep Data:  If students are preparing for the Digital SAT test through Khan Academy’s Official Digital SAT Prep courses, administrators can monitor data through the below options: 

  1. Selecting the SAT tab on the Progress by Course, Schools, Grades, or Teachers reports. 
    • Please note: If the SAT tab isn’t visible, click the “More” option, then select SAT. Below is a gif showing this navigation: 

  1. On the Skills Progress report by selecting a Digital SAT Course from the “Khan course” filter option:

  1. Through the Export Student Data feature. If you would like to download your students’ Digital SAT practice data for your records, please follow the below steps: 
    1. Click the “Export Student Data” option from the left hand menu bar of your Administrator Dashboard
    2. Click the “Skills Progress” tab 
    3. Select the Digital SAT course you would like data from 
    4. Adjust the additional filters to your preference
    5. Click “Export CSV File.” For more information about how to export a CSV file of student data, please visit this article. 

  • Please note: the “SAT Skills Progress” tab is for student work done on the Official SAT Practice tool, which is for students who are preparing for the traditional paper and pencil SAT.  This tool will sunset in early 2024, as the SAT will only have the digital version of the test at that time. 

                                                                                                                                                                       

SAT Prep Data for the Paper and Pencil SAT:  If students are preparing for the traditional paper and pencil version of the SAT through Khan Academy’s Official SAT Practice, administrators can monitor data through the below options: 

  1. The SAT Reporting Section: on the left hand menu bar of your administrator dashboard, you will see a section labeled “SAT.”
    •  In this section, you will find 3 report options that separate student progress while working on Khan Academy’s Official SAT Practice into the Schools, Grades, and Teachers categories. 

  • These reports have customizable filters and each column can be sorted from high-low or low-high by clicking on the column title.

  • While on the SAT practice by Teachers report, you can also click on the class to learn more about student progress in that class, along with if their account is linked to their College Board account. 

  1. Through the Export Student Data feature. If you would like to download your students’ traditional paper and pencil SAT practice data for your records, please follow the below steps: 
    1. Click the “Export Student Data” option from the left hand menu bar of your Administrator Dashboard
    2. Click the “SAT Skills Progress” tab 
    3. Adjust the additional filters to your preference
    4. Click “Export CSV File.” For more information about how to export a CSV file of student data, please visit this article. 
    5. Please note: the Official SAT Practice tool will sunset in early 2024. Student data will not be able to be exported once the tool is sunset.

 



We recognize that you may need additional support in ensuring you are viewing, analyzing, and exporting the most relevant student SAT prep data. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your District Success Manager, or contact our support team with questions! We are here to help ensure you have the data you need to navigate this transition from the traditional SAT to the digital version.