District 128 juniors will have the opportunity to take a proctored mock SAT at Vernon Hills High School on Saturday, March 5th. If students miss the on-campus exam, they may take a make-up through the Compass Online Testing Center (OTC) instead. Results will be sent out within a week of the exam. The test results are invaluable in helping students craft their ideal testing and tutoring plan.
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DATE & TIME
On-campus mock SAT: Saturday, March 5th
- Standard Time at 1:00PM CST
- Extended Time at 9:00AM CST
Online Test Center Make-up Window: Saturday, March 5th – Sunday, March 13th
- Students can take their make-up anytime in that window
- A demo of the OTC can be found HERE
Registration Deadline*: Friday, February 25th at 5:00PM CST
*Registration may close early if capacity is reached
Vernon Hills High School
145 N. Lakeview Parkway
Vernon Hills, IL 60062
Note that the masking policy for the in-person proctored test will align with the masking expectations of D128.
Standard and 50% extended time are available.
Online Testing Center Make-Up
Students will have a window of time during which they can start their exam in the portal. They must complete the exam in one sitting. In advance of their digital test, they will receive a log-in to access the testing center.
Standard, 50% extended, and 100% extended time are available.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
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