Proctored Practice Tests

What are the Benefits of Taking a Proctored Practice Test?

+ Boost Student Confidence +
Students, particularly those who suffer from test anxiety, will benefit from additional practice in a setting that mimics actual test conditions. Our proctored practice tests are full-length exams, and offer the same break schedule and simulate the testing environment that students will face during the official SAT.

+ Diagnose Problem Areas +
A proctored practice test is a vital tool in diagnosing a student's potential trouble spots. Every student who takes our proctored practice test receives a comprehensive analysis, detailing outcomes for all sections of the exam.

+ Individualize Your Plan of Study +
The information that's gathered from the proctored practice test, and outlined in your comprehensive analysis, can be used to inform and individualize your plan of study. You'll be more efficient by focusing on your areas of weakness.

+ Gauge Progress +
Taking our proctored practice test provides a meaningful way to measure a student's progress and can be a good prediction of actual scores.

+ Cement the Knowledge +
There is research indicating that test taking can help to cement a student's knowledge. Read the article by Pam Belluck from The New York Times here.

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Devise a plan of study with your tutor. (Our standard preparation is 10 hours of math and 14 hours of reading/writing.)

Schedule of Upcoming Proctored Practice Tests

June 22, 2019 - please call to verify that space is available

July 13, 2019 - seats still available

July 27, 2019 - seats still available

August 10, 2019 - seats still available

October 12, 2019 - seats still available

All tests begin promptly at 8 am and finish at noon. It is strongly encouraged that students arrive by 7:45 am. We also ask students to bring pencils, a snack, water, and a calculator. We administer full-length tests utilizing the College Board student bulletins. If a student has previously taken one of these tests, please contact us to discuss other options.

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