Bentley Juniors will have the opportunity to take a mock ACT 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.
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DATE & TIME
- Saturday December 11 – Sunday December 12
- Start Testing Window: 7am PST Saturday – 7pm PST Sunday
Registration deadline: Thursday December 9th at 5pm
This exam will be computer proctored fully ONLINE.
Students will receive an email with access to the the OTC Portal. They will need an internet connection for the duration of the exam.
The OTC can handle different accommodations including 50% extended, 100% extended, and multi-day testing. Students will designate their accommodations, if any, when signing in for their test.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
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