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Sign up for Practice Tests

Compass will administer an ONLINE proctored ACT for OES 10th and 11th graders. The test results are invaluable in helping students craft their ideal testing and tutoring plan.

Students will receive a digital/printable test booklet.

If you cannot attend the live proctored event, you may choose the self-proctor option.

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

Registration deadline Live Proctored December ACT: 5pm on Monday 11/30

Registration deadline Self-proctored ACT: 5pm on Wednesday, 12/2

Self-proctor Submission Deadline: Friday, 12/11


Live proctored ACT: Saturday, December 5 9:00 AM PST


This exam will be proctored ONLINE.

Regular-time and 50% extended-time will both be offered through separate sessions at the same date and time.

Students will be monitored by a live proctor through a group Zoom session. Students should sign in through a link provided the week of their exam about 10-15 minutes before the test start time. The proctor will give out instructions, take attendance, announce timing, and handle any issues that may arise during the exam.



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The members of our management team are leading experts in the field of admission testing. They personally lead every aspect of each student’s experience with Compass, including program recommendations, tutor selection, and ongoing guidance. We welcome you to schedule a call with us to review your student’s practice test results and collaborate on a strategy for how best to proceed.

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