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Practice SAT & ACT

Compass Education Group, in conjunction with Jones College Counseling , will administer a complimentary diagnostic PSAT.

The test will be computer proctored through the Compass Online Testing Center.

The Online Testing Center (OTC) is a fully digital-based test that gives students immediate results. The test results are invaluable in helping students craft their ideal testing and tutoring plan.

Students and parents can see a demo of the OTC here. Students will be given a window in which they must start the exam. They may start the test at anytime in that window, but must complete it in one sitting unless they have a multi-day test accommodation.

Please reach out to practicetests@compassprep.com with any questions or concerns.


Saturday October 16th

Test start window: 7:00am-12pm PST

Sunday October 17th

Test start window: 7:00am-12pm PST

Registration Deadline: Monday, October 11th, 12pm PST

The test will take approximately 3 hours to complete. Students with accommodations may take longer to complete their test.


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