Sign up for Practice Tests

Cape Fear Academy College Counseling Office and Compass Education Group will administer a FREE in-person practice ACT test to students in the 10th and 11th grade; the administration will be held *on-campus* and virtually proctored by Compass.  The test results are invaluable in helping the Cape Fear Academy College Counselors and Compass directors craft the ideal testing and tutoring plan for each student.

Extended time test-takers will be invited to take the test at home using our *new* Online Testing Center.

After the test, you will receive your score report within a week.


Wednesday, November 10th (2021), 1:00 PM (EST)




Complete the form below to sign up for the practice test. We will send you full instructions for the administration the week of the test.

Please note that by registering for this PT, you are also opting into the Compass email newsletter, a guide to the current testing landscape and a resource for helpful test preparation tips. You are always welcome to “unsubscribe” after the  first email if you would prefer not to receive this correspondence.  

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