The Princeton Review practice tests and score reports are completely cost-free, and stress-free, while students generally pay around $45 to take an actual SAT or ACT. In addition to saving money, the practice tests help students become familiar with the test formats, pacing, question types, and physical and mental demands of the SAT and ACT.
On April 25, students can also choose to take the Princeton Review Assessment (PRA). The PRA is a unique four-hour diagnostic test created by The Princeton Review with sample questions from both the SAT and ACT. It is designed to reveal whether a student may do better on one college entrance exam than another. Many students who have taken the Princeton Review PRA have said that getting a chance to experience the different styles of both tests was ultimately helpful in choosing whether to take both tests or focus on just one.
The free SAT, ACT and PRA practice tests are open to all high school students. Space is limited and reservations are required. For more information, call 800-2REVIEW or visit: PrincetonReview.com/NationalTestingDay.aspx.
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