free Proctored Full SAT and ACT Practice Tests in North Jersey & Rockland
Our existing Clients are offered unlimited FREE practice tests, while our new prospects get their first practice test FREE! New prospects are offered additional practice tests at a rate of $25 each from Tutor Doctor North Jersey and Rockland.
After Taking the Practice Test, All Families Receive:
- Detailed Score Analysis
- Skill Area Breakdown
- Complimentary Consultation to Discuss Score Results and Make a Testing Plan
Tests will be administered at the Fair Lawn Library/ Maurice M. Pine Free
Public Library, 3rd floor Reference Room, 10-01 Fair Lawn Ave. Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 on the
Saturday, March 28th, 2020 10 am – 1:30 pm
Saturday, April 18th, 2020: 10 am – 1:30 pm
Saturday, May 16th, 2020: 10 am – 1:30 pm
Saturday, June 27th, 2020: 10 am – 1:30 pm
Complimentary Score Report and Consultation
After the test, our test prep experts will walk you through your results, and you’ll leave with a detailed Admissions Testing plan:
- Analysis of your score performance
- Target score goals based on your academic profile
- A detailed score report that identifies skill areas you need help on
- A personalized plan for which tests to take, and when (this is different for every student!)
- A test prep program that works for your goals and your family’s budgets.
How To Get Started
New clients may take one practice SAT and one practice ACT exam free of charge. Our client families may attend unlimited practice tests to further refine skills, practice pacing, and try out their testing strategies. Your test prep coach will let you know the right times to take your periodic practice tests! REGISTER.
SAT vs. ACT
Since the SAT and ACT exams are used interchangeably in admissions, we strongly recommend that you start by taking the time to learn which test is best for you! While the two exams are similar in many ways, there are some important differences between the two. Some students earn substantially higher correlative scores on one test verus the other!
Think about it: why spend months preparing for an SAT exam only to learn that the ACT is a better fit for your learning style?