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Give your homeschooler an advantage with a free ACT, SAT or PSAT practice test

Fall is a wonderful time!  The season is changing with cooler weather (unless you are in Phoenix!), school has started, and football games are in full swing.

If you are in high school, you probably are aware that you will have some extra testing in the next few months–those wonderful college entrance tests!

You have probably been studying along the way, but going into a new testing situation for the first time may give rise to jitters and anxiety.  Here is a perfect way to ease into the exam and boost your confidence.

Princeton Review is a national organization that offers free practice tests for the SAT, ACT, PSAT, SAT II Subject tests, and others,  in a true-to-life testing environment.  The practice exam is exactly the same format and types of questions as the actual event.  A few days later, you return to the site, receive your scores and partake in a free strategy session to understand more about the structure of the test and ways to improve your scores.

This is an incredible opportunity to hear a few great tips that can potentially increase your scores dramatically.  Since college admissions and scholarship often ride heavily on these scores, why not give your students a head start in doing well?

Here are some events in the Phoenix area.  If you are in a different location, you can put in your zip code to find the practice sites near you.  Test dates are approaching rapidly, so sign up now!

Read more for links to free tests in your area.

2 Responses

  1. Another great website to use is Grocket.com. They offer some great testing options, all for free!

    • Thanks for the great tip!

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