Digital SAT Practice Tests – Free, Full-Length, and Adaptive

Piqosity is publishing 12 Digital SAT practice tests, and these tests are currently available for free! Just like the real Digital SAT, Piqosity's full-length Digital SAT tests are comprised of 54 Reading and Writing Questions and 54 Math questions. No credit card or phone number required Full-length and adaptive Completely free through May August 24, [...]

By |2024-05-08T22:56:37-05:00May 9th, 2024|SAT Test Prep, ZPQA ACT, ZPQA Org Admin, ZPQA SAT, ZPQA Teacher|

Announcing Our ACT Test Prep Video Course

Our ACT online test prep now includes an available Premium Video Course with nearly 15 hours of instruction and guided practice split across 62 videos. The video course is meant to replicate a standard, in-person ACT prep class but from the comfort and convenience of the student's home. Each of the 62 ACT prep [...]

The Benefits of Retesting and Taking Multiple Practice Exams

A strong (or weak) test score can have a huge impact on college or private school admissions. Test scores are one of the most important factors that admissions offices consider when admitting applicants—no wonder taking standardized tests can be so stressful for students!  To help improve test-taking performance, students and their parents will frequently [...]

How to Improve Reading Comprehension Skills for Standardized Tests Like ACT and SAT

English teachers will often tell you that the only way to improve your reading comprehension skills is to simply read more. While sound and well-intentioned, this advice probably isn’t very helpful if you must quickly improve your skills, for example earning a higher score on a standardized test like the ISEE, ACT or SAT. [...]

Do the ACT and SAT Standardized Tests Still Matter?

Yes, standardized tests still matter. For students applying to academically selective colleges in the US, they should still take and submit their ACT or SAT scores. Initial data for the Class of 2025 indicates that students who submitted scores had as much as a 100% higher chance of getting in than students who did [...]

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