Taking timed practice tests is critical for success on college entrance examinations. Some students choose to take timed practice tests to determine areas in need of growth, thereby helping them understand how best to prepare for a given exam. Others use timed practice tests as a means of becoming familiar with the format and complexity of test questions. Most students use timed practice tests to gauge progress towards a target score.
Practice SATs and ACTs are open to any student who wants to take a practice test in a simulated testing environment. Register online by choosing from the dates below.
- The timed test administrations below include all sections of the test (SAT: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math; ACT: English, Math, Reading, Science), plus the the optional essay. Students who do not wish to take the essay will be dismissed after the multiple-choice section.
- Students should plan to arrive 15 minutes early with pencils, a calculator, and a cold drink.
- Students and parents will be emailed a score report within two business days of the practice test.
- Students may request a private tutor to go over their practice test results.
Our practice tests are administered in classrooms, just like the real SAT and ACT! If you would like to take a practice SAT or ACT on a date other than the ones listed below, you may request a proctor for a private test administration.