The free practice test is the first step to planning for college success.

We give our students both the SAT and ACT Practice tests to identify which examination plays up their strengths. Standardized tests shouldn’t equal stress.

Meghan has experience with both SAT and ACT test prep.

Download your free SAT and ACT Practice Tests

Let us know where you’d like your free exams to be sent. We respect your privacy and don’t share your information with any third parties. You will receive an email with direct links to download both the ACT and SAT practice exams.

1. Download the Practice Tests

If you are self-proctoring, make sure to set a timer to keep track of when time runs out in each section.

2. Administer the tests

Find a comfortable and quiet spot to work. The full test can take up to 4 hours to complete. Take the two tests a few days apart. Be well rested and focused when taking both tests.

3. Score the tests

Our test prep advisors will help grade your exam, and identify which areas your child needs to focus on to see the fastest improvement.

The 2015 practice SAT is a stress-free and important way to identify your strengths and weaknesses on the SAT.

— College Board

Our academic advisors are just a phone call away.

Don’t know how to choose between the SAT and ACT? Not sure which AP classes your child should take? Our advisors are academic experts, and they’re here to help. Call today for a free strategy session and we will create a comprehensive academic plan for your child, setting goals to ensure they’re on top of all the milestones for college admission.

We’re here to help.
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