Free ACT Practice Test

Event Type: School age
Date: 9/28/2019
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 4:30 PM
1. Are Free Practice Tests, in fact, free?

Yes, they are. Students do not have to pay for practice tests. However, if they decided to take one of our ACT/SAT prep courses, those are not free.

2. What's in it for The Princeton Review? How does the company benefit from providing free practice tests for libraries and the students?

By providing free practice tests, we gain prospects to potentially enroll in one of the courses to improve their SAT/ACT scores.

3. What information does The Princeton Review collect from students and what do they do with the data.

To register for one of our free practice tests, students will need to provide at least their name and email address. Students can also register through the library, and the library can send the registration info to us. We need their email addresses because the tests are graded digitally. Their scores are sent to them via email. And we also use their contact info to send them marketing material which they are open to opt out of.

4. How is this beneficial to the students and the library?

Students will benefit by taking advantage of a free resource to help them prepare for the SAT/ACT, and it also helps them know what to expect by experiencing what the process will be like. Libraries can include this as a college prep program they can offer year-round.

5. Who are the proctors?

The Princeton Review has proctors who are background checked and fingerprinted to ensure the safety of students. Libraries also have the option of providing their own proctors for free practice tests as well.

6. Is there a minimum number The Princeton Review needs to staff the free practice tests?

If the library proctors the free practice exam, then there is no minimum, and we would just send you the materials. However, if the Princeton Review proctors the exam, then our minimum is at least ten students enrolled in the free practice test. Students also have access to our free practice exams online on our website.

7. Why work with The Princeton Review?

The Princeton Review offers numerous free resources to help students prepare for the SAT and ACT, such as free practice tests, free workshops, free college readiness articles and advice, free SAT and ACT strategy session, and free informational presentations.

Lastly, if students want to improve their SAT and ACT scores by taking one of our courses, students will have access to over 18 hours of live instruction, over 20 SAT and ACT practice test, numerous SAT and ACT advantage videos, as well as 24/7 on-demand tutoring.
Library: Downingtown Library
Presenter: Karen Smith