Free SAT, ACT and PSAT Testing During Test Fest

Princeton Review LogoMarch is The Princeton Review’s National Test Fest, and to celebrate, they’re offering free practice college-entrance exams. Taking a practice test not only gives you the opportunity to get familiar with the test format, it also can help you figure out where you need improvement and how to best prepare for the actual exam.

The Princeton Review also offers high school students an evaluation tool to help them determine if they will do better on the ACT or SAT. Called The Princeton Review Assessment (PRA), it helps you make the most of your options as more and more colleges and universities accept both exam scores.

You can take a Princeton Review Test Fest practice exam in person or online. However, space is limited, so you should register in advance at: PrincetonReview.com/TestFest.

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2 Responses to “Free SAT, ACT and PSAT Testing During Test Fest”

  1. PCB says:

    Everyone should take the practice tests except maybe those that think they can score 1600.


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