Compass is offering an alternative/make-up Digital Adaptive PSAT practice test at no cost on behalf of schools that had technical difficulties administering the PSAT through the College Board. The digital PSAT through Compass offers the following benefits:
- A high-quality and validated exam, built to spec including question type and format, content, timing, duration, and adaptive structure
- No app to install; the testing platform is extremely stable
- Extended time accommodations are provided
- Prompt reporting, within one business day, providing a detailed analysis of your performance and access to revisit all the questions on the test
- Your school receives a consolidated report for its students that is highly useful for your counselors
- No cost or obligation, no pushy follow-up by Compass, your privacy will be respected
DATE & TIME
- This practice test is available to take anytime on your own by Oct 31st, or at school at an assigned time if your school has made those arrangements.
Please register as far in advance as possible. Registration requests are processed and confirmed typically within 24 hours. Your confirmation email will include the link to take the test, and you can take the test anytime during the open testing window. However, if you are testing at school, please do not click on the testing link in your confirmation email until your proctor tells you to do so.
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