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Live, Virtually proctored 
Practice Tests

We will be proctoring for the ACT, SAT, and Digital SAT on the dates listed below. You will be given an option to choose which test your student will take during registration. We welcome students testing with accommodations. 

Every family receives a complimentary score analysis and an opportunity to review it with a test expert.

UPcoming ACT, SAT & Digital SAT Proctored Practice Tests
*Please note the time zone in which each event is listed.

Don’t see a date that works for you? Fill out the form below to be emailed a practice test and self-proctor tool.
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Practice test faQ

Who are Marigold Prep's practice tests for?

Marigold Prep’s free practice tests are for any student who is interested in being exposed to official test material in a proctored, but unofficial setting. First-time test takers, seasoned veterans, and everyone in between can benefit from the process.  


Where does Marigold Prep source practice test material? 

Marigold Prep uses official material from The College Board and ACT. Practicing with official material is the most effective way to prepare students for an official test. 

Will the test be taken with pencil and paper?

Yes. The proctor will keep time via Zoom, but the test will be administered with pencil and paper. Students will be sent a PDF of their exam to print prior to test day.  

Can I take a practice test with accommodations? 

We will be proctoring for time and a half, in addition to standard time, during the dates listed above. Please email with details about your accommodations after registering, and we'll make sure you are advised accordingly on test day. 


When will I get my scores? 

Upon completing their exam, students will be prompted to email pictures of their bubble sheets to A detailed score report  like this will be sent back within 24 hours for the SAT and ACT.  Scores for AP exams can take up to 2 bussiness days.


Who sees my scores?

That is completely up to you! This is not an official test sitting, meaning colleges will not see these scores. Once you have your score report you can share it with a family member, college counselor, or anyone else of your choice. 

What if I cannot attend a date listed above?

Let us know! We will be adding additional dates based on demand, or we can send you a copy of a test and set you up with our digital proctoring tool. 

What’s next? 

Every student enrolled in a practice test can take advantage of a complimentary score report review with a test expert. We’ll discuss strengths, areas of opportunities, and a potential plan for an official test.

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