Students working with our tutors can take as many practice tests free of charge as they would like. We recommend and encourage our students to take at least one practice test per month.
Find out which standardized test fits a student best (SAT versus ACT; ISEE versus SSAT).
Establish a baseline on a test so that we can estimate how much work it will likely take to get from starting score to score goal.
Simulate test day, get practice taking the test with the pressure of a proctor, and build test-taking stamina (so that students improve their ability to maintain focus for the entire duration of the test).
At our tutoring center in Summit, NJ. (Taking a timed test outside of home is helpful for more completely simulating the testing experience of the real test day.)
At home via Zoom. (Our instructor emails the exam and proctors the test remotely.)
During the academic school year: Sundays at 10:30am for our in-person mock tests at our Summit office location and 11:30am for our virtual mock tests. During the summer at 11:30am on Wednesdays.
Anytime: We are happy to email you a test or to print one for you to pick up to take at home.
Have testing accommodations, such as extended time, or questions about testing accommodations? Please let us know. We’re happy to assist and to answer any questions about accommodations as well.
See what our students have to say
Molly and Neve talk about their experience at Summit Prep:
Current sophomores need to plan their testing more strategically than students in most years. Why? Because in their junior year the SAT will be changing. Here is what to keep in mind in the year ahead.