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Free Practice Tests from Kaplan

Did you know that you can take practice PSAT, ACT and SAT tests at the library? Kaplan is running three different tests for teens this Fall and also providing free follow-up sessions where you can learn test taking tips and strategies and also get help with real test questions.

Each test and  will be held at the library and is completely free and open to 7-12th graders. Here is a little information about each one as provided by Kaplan.  Space  is limited, so give us a call and reserve your spot (785-843-3833) or register at kaptest.com. The times listed are when each of the tests will start so plan to come early!

PSAT Practice Test

Test: Saturday September 20th, 9:30-12:00pm

Strategies & Results Session: Wednesday October 8, 7:00-8:00pm

“This 2.5-hour long practice test includes the same types of critical reading, math, and writing skills multiple choice questions as the PSAT.”

ACT Practice Test

Test: Saturday October 4th, 9:30-1:00pm

Strategies & Results Session: Wednesday October 15,  7:00-8:00pm

“This 3.5-hour long practice test consists of the same number of multiple-choice questions (215) as the actual ACT test and includes all four subject areas: English, Math, Reading, and Science.”

ACT/SAT Combo Practice Test

Test: Saturday November 1st, 9:30-1:30pm

Strategies & Results Session: Wednesday November 19th,  7:00-8:00pm

“Would you do better on the ACT or the SAT? Experience both tests in less than four hours by taking Kaplan’s unique ACT/SAT Combo, which includes representative parts of both the ACT and the SAT.”

 

These tests are all completely free. All you need to do is sign up and then remember to bring pencils and a calculator to your test. Your scores will be in and ready to pick up at the library the day of the strategies and results session for your test.  Then, test in hand, you can get help on any questions that stumped you and learn more about how you can improve your score in the future.

 

 

 

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